Our map of vineyards shows over 200 wine producers in England and Wales that welcome visitors, a very surprising number to most people!
Vineyards on the Map
You are welcome to visit every one of these vineyards to buy wine directly from the cellar door – an intriguing experience for you, and a way of selling that benefits the producer, too.
Some have very basic facilities and you will need to call first to arrange a visit, or to collect your wines. Others have opening hours where you can just pop in and either taste a couple of wines or take a stroll around the vines.
Hover over a gold marker with a wine glass to see the name of the vineyard located there and click on it to get a link to more information.
What are the Black Pins?
The black markers are other places of interest, some directly connected with wine, others that we think might appeal to wine lovers.
These include companies that will organise tours of vineyards for you, WSET wine schools and other places and activities that we think wine lovers will enjoy.
Do take a look at what is near you, or you can switch them off at the top of the map if you like.
How to use the Vineyard Map
Zoom and move around as you would normally with Google maps, using the icons in the bottom right hand corner of the map.
Looking for Something Specific?
Around a quarter of vineyards offer accommodation – there is self-catering, B&Bs, glamping and camping. A perfect getaway, on your own, as a couple, or with friends & family.
Interested in wines and vineyards that are organic / biodynamic? There a few of these all around the country. It’s hard work and the people behind organic growing are without exception passionate, and often produce exceptional wines.
A visit to a vineyard is a lovely day out in the country and it’s (not quite!) all about the wine, so do check our directory if you particularly want somewhere with a café, that’s child-friendly or dog-friendly for example.
Top tip, once you’ve made your selection in the directory, you can hop back to the map and just show the vineyards that meet your criteria.
How many Vineyards are there in England & Wales?
If you’ve heard that there are something like 500 vineyards altogether and wondering why they aren’t all shown here, it’s because we’re all about wine tourism, so we only show those you can actually visit yourself.
The Small Print
We’ve done our very best to locate these markers accurately and to give an accurate indication of when they are open, but we do suggest you check the wine producer’s own website before travelling.