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Ludlow Vineyard

Ludlow Vineyard is located in Clee St Margaret, on the lower slopes of the Brown Clee Hill, near Ludlow in South Shropshire.

We have a vineyard, orchards with apples and walnuts, and a Distillery.

Our product range encompasses wine, spirits, cider, apple juice, and green walnuts (fresh and pickled).

The vineyard is spread over 10 acres, and has about 8,000 vines. The main white grape varieties are Madeleine Angevine (a Riesling derivative), Seyval and Solaris, but we also have Phoenix, Madeleine Sylvaner, Kernling and Ortega, and red varieties including Rondo, Regent and Triomphe.

Address: 

Craven Arms SY7 9DT
Phone: 01584 823356
Shropshire

Hectares: 

1.10 :

Website: 

Wine Type: 

Still white
Still rose

Facilities: 

Visit by apppointment only

Grape Varieties: 

Madeleine Angevine
Seyval Blanc
Solaris
Phoenix
Madeleine Sylvaner
Kernling
Ortega
Rondo
Regent
Triomphe

Awards: 

Clee Moonlight 2003 won a Bronze Medal at the English & Welsh Wine of the Year Competition 2004.

Clee Mists 2004 won a Bronze Medal at the English & Welsh Wine of the Year Competition 2005.

Clee Mists 2005 won a Commendation at the English & Welsh Wine of the Year Competition 2007.

Clee Dawn 2006 won a Bronze Medal at the English & Welsh Wine of the Year Competition. This wine was very popular and all 700 bottles were sold out in 6 months.

Clee Mists 2006 won a Silver Medal at the English & Welsh Wine of the Year Competition. We had a total of 1,500 bottles of this wine, and it sold out before the end of 2008.

Clee Springs 2007 was Highly Commended at the Competition. We have sold out of all but the small 25cl bottles of this wine.

Clee Sunburst 2006, our pink sparkling, won a Bronze Medal at the Competition.

Ludlow Vineyard

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