Back-breaking bud-breaking

Building strong roots for successful English wines The vineyard is looking beautiful. The vines are growing, and buds, flowers and fruits are appearing. However, we don’t have much time to [...]

Two more awards!

Poulton Hill white wines win a bronze and a silver medal We are absolutely delighted that two of our white wines have been awarded medals in the Independent English Wines Awards 2019. Our Poulton [...]

We have reached the finals!

Poulton Hill is in the running for a Food and Farming Award We are thrilled that Poulton Hill Vineyard is a finalist in the 2019 Western Daily Press Food and Farming Awards. The vineyard has been [...]

We need your votes!

Poulton Hill Vineyard has been shortlisted for a SoGlos Award We are thrilled to have been shortlisted as Food/Drink Producer of the Year in the SoGlos Lifestyle Awards 2019. This is the second [...]

A grape from the gods

Bacchus: a grape with divine influence in English wine-making     In England, we are used to seeing a range of white wines from Sauvignon Blanc, to Pinot Grigio, Chablis, Chenin Blanc [...]

Hurrah for harvest 2018

Birds eggs, beautiful weather and bumper crops Harvest has now finished here at Poulton Hill Vineyard and it has been a very fruitful year. We have spent the past few weeks testing the grapes to [...]

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