Winter Brook Vineyard


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Winter Brook Vineyard is nestled on the rolling hills of Loira in the centre of the Tamar Valley. The boutique vineyard specialises in both wine and cider, producing grapes and apples on the property. Winter Brook are proud be the sole grower of the Blaufränkisch and Dornfelder variety of red grape. Other grapes grown include the classic red, Pinot Noir and white varieties including Chardonnay, Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris. The orchard is home to Golden Delicious, Frederick, Cox Orange Pippin and Kingston Black apple varieties.

The excitement, passion & hard work continues during the wine making process as Winter Brook turn their freshly grown grapes and apples into cool climate wines and ciders. The end result of this unique and genuine experience can be found in their rustic tasting room where you may sample the final products. With so much love given across their product range you will surely identify multiple stand outs.

The property is dog friendly and visitors are encouraged to utilise shaded picnic tables and stunning views with BYO picnics. As a final quirk of your visit, talk to Frank and Nicole about their snail farm.

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