Sample wines from England’s most northerly vineyard.
Set in the rolling Yorkshire Wolds, Ryedale Vineyard’s sunny setting is the key to producing England’s most northerly wines. This independent, family-run vineyard has been in operation since 2009, using grapes from the aptly named Paradise Farm.
Owners, Stuart and Elizabeth Smith, had long dreamt of cultivating their own vines before opening the place and producing their lip-smacking Yorkshire Lass white, Wolds View white and Yorkshire Sunset Rosé wines – a dream that’s seemingly come true by all accounts.
Take a vineyard tour and then bed down at Farfield Farmhouse, a Grade 2 listed building, where hearty breakfasts and wine tasting are the order of the day. Although not necessarily straight after each other.
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