Waterton Hall


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Waterton Hall Vineyard is a family-owned vineyard estate which produces multi-award winning wines. The vines of Shiraz, Riesling and Viogniers were planted in 1999; the Shiraz extended in 2012 and Pinot Noir and Chardonnay added in 2012.

Our 60 acres is not only home to established and new vineyards which descend to the Tamar River but also to fully restored historic infrastructure ~ the 1853 dolorite barn with shingle roof, the Georgian dolorite Hall c. 1853 re imagined by Alexander North 1910-1913 and the Schoolhouse.

History meets contemporary Award winning wines at Waterton hall. As Waterton Hall does not have a cellar door there is normally no access to the property and makes this a unique opportunity to tour the historical garden and buildings.

Access to Waterton Hall will on be available on Sunday 24th November.

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