- Children Welcome
- Online Shop
- Tours Available
- Seasonal opening
Visiting the vineyard on one of Astley's tours is via a muddy, but beautiful valley.
Customers with walking impairments may find the walk difficult. All customers are advised to wear sturdy shoes.
Tours run 1 May - 31 October, by appointment only.
- Booking required
- No Self-Guided Tour
- Cellar Door
Postcode: DY13 0RU
Tel: 01299 822907
Astley Vineyard is a family-run wine producer in Worcestershire, with a history of producing quality still wines, including a dessert wine, respected by those in the know.
Once the most northerly vineyard in the world, Astley Vineyard was established in the lush Severn Valley in Worcestershire in 1971. It is one of the oldest and smallest commercial vineyards in the UK, producing less than 10,000 bottles in an average year.
Wines are made from four grape varieties – Madeleine Angevine, Siegerebbe, Bacchus and Kerner. With just 5 acres under vine, Astley is a boutique producer that strives to produce elegant wines full of character, with the focus on still white wines, but also producing a sparkling wine made from Kerner and occasionally a Late Harvest wine.
A Family Enterprise
The original founders, the Bache family, were visionaries of their time, planting a vineyard decades before its potential in England was realised. Many of the original vines still stand, providing Astley with almost unrivalled maturity and heritage.
The vineyard’s subsequent owner, Jonty Daniels – a legend amongst small English wine producers – cherished and crafted the vineyard’s reputation for over 24 years, and so when he retired in July 2017, his mantle was passed over to the Haywood family. Sharing his vision for quality wines that exude passion and love, the family of five have a great many ideas for the future of this little vineyard.
Tours and Events
Intimate vineyard tours and wine tasting events are available to book.
Please note that dogs cannot be accommodated, in order to preserve the wildlife.
A brand new cellar door shop and winery opened in 2018.
From junction 5 of the M5 follow the A38 for 3 miles past Droitwich and towards Worcester. Leave the A38 at the exit slip road to Ombersley, going up to to the island and leaving at the third exit onto the A4133. Follow the road for 4.5 miles, crossing the River Severn at Holt.
At the T junction with A443 turn right then immediately right again by the Red Lion pub on to the B4196 towards Stourport-on-Severn. Follow this road for 3.5 miles, passing through the village of Shrawley.
Shortly after the sign for Astley there is a brown tourist sign for the vineyard, turning right on to Hampstall Lane. The entrance to the vineyard is 100m on the right.
The vineyard is 11 miles from M5, which should take about 20 minutes.
The nearest stations are Droitwich Spa and Worcester
The nearest airport is Birmingham, which is approximately 40 miles away by road.