Vineyards

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TQ8436 : Biddenden vineyard by Oast House Archive
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Sedlescombe Vineyard by Oast House Archive
Established in 1979, Sedlescombe Vineyard is the UK's first organic vineyard.


TQ7825 : Bodiam Castle by Oast House Archive


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Biddenden Vineyard by Oast House Archive
Biddenden Vineyard was established in 1969 and is Kent's oldest commercial vineyard. 22 acres of vineyard provide grapes for white, red and sparking wines, and cider and fruit juices are also pressed and bottled here.


TQ8436 : Biddenden vineyard by Oast House Archive


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Breaky Bottom vineyard by Oast House Archive
A small vineyard in a valley on the South Downs, producing award winning sparkling wines. The vineyard was planted in 1974.



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TQ4005 : Breaky Bottom vineyard by Oast House Archive


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Chapel Down vineyard by Oast House Archive
Chapel Down is the largest producer of English wines in the country (though Denbies in Surrey is the largest vineyard). The vineyard is in Hythe, Kent, 2 miles from Tenterden.



The vineyard produces still and sparkling English wines.



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TQ8930 : Bottles at Chapel Down Vineyard by Oast House Archive


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Denbies Wine Estate by Oast House Archive
Situated in Dorking, Surrey, Denbies Vineyard is the largest vineyard* in in the UK with 265 acres (1.07 km2) of vines (as of 2007).



Denbies produces still and sparking English wines.



(*Chapel Down, Kent has the biggest winery and produces more wine)



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TQ1651 : Denbies Wine Estate, London Road, Dorking, Surrey by Oast House Archive


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Lamberhurst Vineyard by Oast House Archive
Lamberhurst Vineyard was founded in 1971 and planting began in 1972.



The shop and bistro was closed during the recession of the late 2000's.


TQ6735 : View from the Vineyard by David Anstiss


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