Ludlow Vineyard is located in Clee St Margaret, on the lower slopes of the Brown Clee Hill, near Ludlow in South Shropshire.
The vineyard is 2.5 acres, and has about 3,000 vines. The main white grape varieties are Seyval and Solaris, but we also have neighbours who grow a red grape, Triomphe, which allows us to make rosé wine in a good year.
We normally have both still and sparkling wine in stock the Ludlow Farm Shop at Bromfield and Bentley's in the centre of Ludlow.
This is the view from the top of the Brown Clee, the highest hill in Shropshire, with Nordy Bank (an Iron Age Hill Fort) in the centre of the picture, and the vineyard just to its right. Ludlow itself can be seen in the top left of the picture.
We are in a remote location and are not open to the public, Sorry!
Ludlow Vineyard, Wainbridge House, Clee St Margaret, Craven Arms, SY7 9DT