Do I need to book?
Where can I book for a tasting?
Can groups come to your cellar door and if so how big is a group?
We welcome groups but please note if you are 5 people it is essential to get in touch with us for a booking, otherwise we may not be able to accommodate your group due to space restrictions, especially in peak seasons.
Do you do hen / stag groups or birthdays?
Do you do weddings?
Food and Drink
Is there food available?
Also, due to the small size of our cellar door, we have no space indoors at present to enjoy food. As such, BYO picnic is only an option in clement weather or for those ready to brave the elements. Please note, we can’t allow any alcoholic drinks other than those purchased from us at the cellar door. You are welcome to bring any soft drinks.
If we stay for lunch how long can we stay?
Do you do soft drinks?
Is there wheelchair access?
The cellar door has a ramp up to the deck, and then there are double doors into the cellar itself.
The driveway is roadbase so not smooth, but it is possible to park right next to the concrete or near the ramp to reduce time spent on the road base.
The loo has a ramp and a large doorway, but has been retrofitted to allow a small wheelchair only, and so is limited in its accessibility. It is also accessed over grass.
Is there anywhere our kids can play?
We have limited space for kids at the moment unfortunately but kids are of course welcome. There are usually some chickens or ducks near the cellar door to look at and there is a small grassy area near the deck where they can play, but we can’t allow kids to wander from their families.
However – please note, we are a working farm with tractors in operation and barrels stacked high etc. Please always supervise your children, no matter their age.
Can I go for a wander in the vines?
This is because we are one of the only remaining regions not to have phylloxera, a nasty vine-killing pest that would devastate our vineyard and livelihood. It gets onto vineyards on the shoes of people who have been onto another vineyard suffering from this nasty pest.