Visitors will be welcomed with a free self-guided tour and invited to try three wines in the café for just £5 per person. Customers must be 18 or older to sample the wine. The event also provides an opportunity to meet the vineyard experts who will be on hand to take questions.
Once part of the ancient Roman site of Pentreheyling Fort, the vineyard has an interesting past which is revealed on information boards.
The vineyard makes a selection of white, rose and red still and sparkling wines, wich have won a host of national and international awards.
“Our meet the producer week aims to not only educate people about English wine, but also to encourage them to buy locally. This is a philosophy we promote in our vineyard café with our fresh homemade produce.”
Buying local is better for the planet and supports the local economy. As a extra bonus, Kerry Vale Vineyard is offering free delivery within a 10-mile radius with no minimum order during English Wine Week.
Kerry Vale Vineyard is a member of MWT Cymru, which represent more than 600 tourism and hospitality businesses across Powys, Ceredigion and the Meirionnydd region of Gwynedd.
Flying the flag at Kerry Vale Vineyard to promote English Wine Week are owner Janet Cooke and front of house assistant Laura Bell.
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