Cwm Deri Vineyard

FEATURE KEY

  • Accommodation
  • Café / Restaurant
  • Children Welcome
  • Disabled Access
  • Dogs Welcome
  • Online Shop
  • Tours Available
  • Venue Hire
  • Vineyard Trail
  • Weddings
  • Winery on Site

OPENING PERIOD

  • Open all year

OPENING DAYS

  • Monday
  • Tuesday
  • Wednesday
  • Thursday
  • Friday
  • Saturday
  • Sunday

Weekends only in January & February

TOURS

  • Group tours only

SELF-GUIDED TOURS

  • Vineyard Trail

SHOP TYPE

  • Vineyard Shop

ACCOMMODATION

  • Glamping
  • Camp Site

CONTACT DETAILS

Postcode: SA67 8AP

Tel: 01834 891274

Close to the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, Cwm Deri Vineyard produce still and sparkling wines from Madeleine Angevine, Seyval Blanc and Triomphe d’Alsace grapes, as well as a range of fruit wines and liqueurs.

History of the Vineyard

The 3000 vines at Cwm Deri were planted by hand by John & Lyn Hamilton Cowburn in late 1990 / early 1991, as nine-inch long two year old rooted cuttings. Every ten rows Grey Alder trees were planted to act as Windbreaks. These trees form part of the 650 trees planted on the Cwm Deri Estate since 1990. 2.5 miles of plastic mulch was placed around the young vines, and John put up 16 miles of wire and 700 posts to support the vines as they grew.

In 2004, Mike and Danny undertook the renovation of the first three sections of vineyard, replacing several hundred posts and wires. As well as the renovation of the vineyard, Mike & Danny have invested heavily in other areas, including a total re-equipping of the winery. The result is a modern semi-automated production plant capable of bottling the 30,000 bottles per annum produced on the Estate with ease. The main components of the bottling process can be viewed in the bottling room viewed from within the shop.

Vineyard Walk

This peaceful walk around the estate is generally open to the public but access may be restricted if maintenance or spraying is underway, or if the ground is particularly wet and muddy. What you can see during your visit largely depends upon the time of year.

Restaurant

Cwm Deri takes great pride in the fresh and local ingredients used in their restaurant.

Pets Corner

The vineyard also has a collection of farm animals that visitors can enjoy seeing and learn about. It is a fun place for the entire family and especially for the younger visitors whilst their parents are enjoying the wine tasting.

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