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Bolney Wine Estate, Bolney

Categories: Wineries & Vineyards, Food & Drink
Inspirock Rating:
4.2/5 based on 150 reviews on the web
Bolney Wine Estate is located in Bolney. By using our Bolney vacation planner, you can arrange your visit to Bolney Wine Estate and other attractions in Bolney.
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  • English wine, two words you say, irreconcilable. Well, let us surprise you and you live on the side of Brighton feel free to push your way to this area where you will discover very elegant white wine and a pinot gris in particular who will not fail to seduce you. A good point for the home so smart and british, but also very professional.
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  • We were given a tour voucher as a gift and had a really good day out. The tour guide was knowledgeable and interesting, the wines were fabulous especially the sparkling red! 
  • Here you travel to receive training in oenology, to eat good food, for coffee, and of course to buy good and interesting wines. It is a fantastic place to be. Please go around the winery and experienc...  read more »
  • We bought a Groupon for £15 for two people to have a tour of Bolney Vineyard, with wine tastings and a cheeseboard. I have done a few wine tours now in the South of England and this one would place joint first. We walked to the vineyard from where we were staying. The tour was excellent and informative, with wine tasting afterwards. We got to see the vineyard and winery. I was impressed with the wine during the tasting and purchased some. Then we had a cheeses, meats, olives and bread, which was delicious. We then went on a walk by ourselves around the vineyard and saw the beautiful views from the vineyard. We then headed back to the Cafe. Where you can try more wine! We shall return with more people!
  • Bought a bottle of Lychgate Red, made from Rondo grapes, 2013, for 12.99. The price was extreme but I thought I'd try it. It tastes awful and barely good enough for cooking with. No depth whatever, no berry flavour, just a fruit juice with sharp and unpleasant after taste. My elderberry wine, aged for only a year, has more depth and flavour.
  • Excellent! Lovely people, great wine.
  • Mighty stuff paddy from ireland
  • Lovely place, and their Christmas Fayre is fantastic
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