Oxney Organic Estate


  • Accommodation
  • Children Welcome
  • Dogs Welcome
  • Online Shop
  • Organic / Biodynamic
  • Tours Available
  • Venue Hire
  • Vineyard Trail
  • Weddings
  • Winery on Site


  • Open all year


  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday

Open on Saturdays for tours by appointment


  • Booking advisable


  • Vineyard Trail


  • Cellar Door


  • Membership


  • Self Catering
  • Glamping

3 converted barns sleeping a total of 14 people and 2 shepherd’s huts sleeping two people each.


Postcode: TN31 6TU (Vineyard), TN30 7JH (Accommodation)

Tel: 01797 260 137

Oxney Organic Estate is a vineyard and winery near Rye in East Sussex, part of a large organic farming estate. Established in 2012, the wines have already received awards and industry recognition.

The winery practices small batch winemaking and a very natural approach giving the wines time to develop.  The estate planted pinot noir, pinot meunier, chardonnay and seyval blanc to make English sparkling wine. The first sparkling (Classic 2014) was released November 2016 and in addition a sparkling rosé and a blanc de blancs will be released over the next few years. Oxney has also made small quantities of still wine – its still pinot noir rosé has received much praise.

In the 20 acre vineyard, under-vine tillage for weed control and a gentle and natural approach to disease control produces healthy, balanced and natural fruit.

Oxney Organic Estate has three barns available for guests on holiday or short breaks. The barns are based on the Isle of Oxney at Stone Cum Ebony. There are also two shepherd’s huts overlooking the vineyards.

Membership of the wine club includes a delivery of 3 bottles, 4 times per year and allows you to enjoy the very best of the vineyard and winery throughout the year. Members can stop by and chat with the winemaker, discuss the work underway and taste the wines. They can also stroll around the vineyard and find out how the year is progressing. Each wine club shipment includes an in-depth introduction on the wines, including tasting notes and food pairing.

Oxney Organic vineyard is down the longest dead end in Sussex so take care and follow our instructions:

From the west and north (A21 direction) take the A268. When you have driven through Newenden and crossed the railway track make sure you take left to continue on the A268. When you are coming towards a mini roundabout take immediately left BEFORE the roundabout. This is Hobbs Lane. Keep driving straight – do not be tempted to take left or right turns. Towards the end of the lane, Oxney is the farmyard with a big modern barn on your left.

From Rye take the A268 and drive through Peasmarsh. Keep driving until you hit a small roundabout. Take second exit and immediately go right into Hobbs Lane. Keep driving straight – do not be tempted to take left or right turns. Towards the end of the lane, Oxney is the farmyard with a big modern barn on your left.

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