Tour, Talk and Tasting
Our Tour, Talk, Tasting takes about 90 minutes and we are sure you will find it intriguing and informative. Without sounding too immodest, we have been lauded for our visitor experience, having been awarded the overall trophy for Wine Cellar Door of the Year by the International Wine Challenge (IWC) and with some 2000 visitors during this past year. Our setting in the glorious Surrey Hills has sweeping views to London’s spectacular skyline.
You will have a tasting of two wines – our liqueur and our delectable and Gold-awarded vintage Cuvée – the Euphoria Cuvée 2016 vintage and our new Gin. You will also have the opportunity to enjoy our Glass Barn, the wild meadow, the gardens and art sculptures.
Victoria Moore, wine correspondent for the Daily Telegraph, in a recent article said “. . . High Clandon is exquisite . . . “ and “We’re looking across the Surrey Hills from what might be England’s best vineyard you’ve never heard of.”
£20 per person + booking fee
£5 is refundable against purchase of £25 or more.
Please note: 10 people max. For larger groups please contact us. Children welcomed and are not charged admission.
Make a Day of it
Also, should you wish to make a day of it, do consider lunch or dinner at the award-winning local pub, The Queen’s Head in our village of East Clandon, about 5 minutes by car from us or 7 minute walk! Tel: 01483 222332 or a very special treat at the Michelin starred Clock House Restaurant in Ripley village, 5 miles away. Tel: 01483 224777.
Meet the Owners
High Clandon Estate Vineyard was founded in 2004 by Sibylla and Bruce Tindale. Both have a passion to create the quintessential English Quality Sparkling Wine and the belief that a small hand-manicured vineyard can produce an exquisite English cuvée. The terroir – that mystical marriage of soil, of locale, of climate and cultivation – producing the best grapes combined with the best wine-making results in ‘the expression of perfection’ in their Cuvée.
Parking for High Clandon Vineyard is situated within the woodland area on arrival through the gate.
We have endeavoured to make your visit comfortable and access for wheelchair or aided walkers is good. The only area that presents a small challenge is a short 5 metre distance on gravel.