A year in the Vineyard
There is never a dull moment in the vineyard. Most people would naturally think that the busy time is at harvest, but in truth there are lots of vital tasks to undertake throughout the year before we get to the excitement of harvesting!
Volunteering in the vineyard
Why not experience the tranquillity of the valley and learn about managing a vineyard whilst helping us with some of our day-to-day jobs? We need help throughout the year with jobs like:
De-budding in spring
Canopy reduction in high summer
Harvesting in early autumn
Tying-in canes in the depths of winter!
Just volunteering for 1 day can help us keep on top of our jobs - fantastic fresh air included! You might be treated to some glimpses of our favourite wildlife; buzzards, butterflies and slow-worms. If you are interested, please sign up to our Tamar Tribe mailing list.
The Vineyard currently has 1400 vines of Madeleine Angervine. The grape is originally from the Loire Valley of France but is also popular in Germany. This grape ripens early and is well suited to cooler climates, such as the UK.
The first vintage
The first harvest from 2019 is currently being fermented into a soft, light, yet refreshingly crisp, dry sparkling wine by our friends at Haygrove Evolution. We can't wait to taste it! Estimated drinking date: