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Bardfield Vineyard

An award winning, organic vineyard

Our Wines

Our grapes are made into 4 varieties of wine. Bacchus produces a still white wine, similar to a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc; Bardfield Bacchus is a dry white wine and Anne of Cleves a medium dry white wine. A blend of predominately Pinot Noir grapes goes in to our Bardfield Blush, and our Sparkling Brut is a dry white wine, made by the traditional champagne method with a blend of Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Seyval Blanc grapes.

Tom Halliday Photography

Tom Halliday Photography


We are open mid-week between May and September for guided tours and wine tastings in our Grade 1 listed barn. Group visits by appointment can be followed by a ploughman’s lunch or afternoon tea. Self-guided trails are also available with information sheets that can be collected from our shop.


Since 2017 we have been managing the vineyard organically. This means we won’t be using any chemical fertilisers, herbicides (weed-killers), systemic fungicides or insecticides. We will rely on labour intensive work in the vineyard to ensure the vine canopy (all the shoots and leaves) is kept open, allowing good airflow through, reducing the conditions for fungal diseases to develop.

We will keep the soils healthy and fertile using composts rather than chemical fertilisers. To control the weeds underneath the vines we have a machine that fits onto the side of the tractor and also weed by hand.

Want to book a tour?

Please contact us for more information on prices and availability for group tours.