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Vine & Wine

with a Jurassic nature

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The warm autumn continues as English vineyards start their harvest.

This week's hours are..... 

21st Wednesday  10pm- 3pm 

22nd Thursday 10am- 3pm

23rd Friday  10am- 3pm

24th Saturday 11am- 6pm

We were delighted to pick up our first ever award at The Stamford and Rutland Mercury Business awards last week! We picked up the innovation award for 2022-23 and would like to thank everyone for the support over the last few months.

 

As the evenings draw in and you fancy getting together with friends, family or work colleges then perhaps you would like a private vineyard tour? If you would like to come along and see what we are doing in the vines and then sample some English wine with a WSET qualified host then please drop us an email. We can host 15-25 people per tour.  info@therutlandvineyard.com

As usual this week you can have a walk around the nature trail (1 km) and treat yourself after to a freshly made coffee or a cool glass of still or sparkling English wine after. You can even buy a bottle to enjoy at home or gift to friend if that takes your fancy!

Free onsite parking. Dogs are welcome on the nature trail but must be kept on a lead please. Freshly ground coffee, locally produced cakes and English wine for sale, or maybe even enjoy a cool refreshing glass over- looking the Welland Valley.

We have now sold out of row post sponsorships for 2022. Thank you for your support- it has meant a lot to see people supporting our new venture.

All the business row sponsorships have also now been sold- this means there is already £2,000 raised for our our local Charity this year who are Ketton Scouts!

Wishing you all the best and looking forward to welcoming you.

Beautiful vineyard in Rutland producing stunning wines on Jurassic limestone soil.

Located on top of a narrow ridge between the rivers Welland and Chater, 70m above sea level and facing south we’ve got prime part of Rutland. Hard to think 160 million years ago this would have been England’s south coast! Single site vineyard planted in 2021.

Tasting Barn, Barrowden Road, Ketton, PE9 3RJ

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What's on offer

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Vineyard Tours 2022

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Vineyard Sponsorship

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English wines to taste and buy

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Why are we so

excited?

Grapes

What's growing on?!

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The Rutland Six Pack Track

Explore the

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Join us for a tour and tasting masterclass!

Guided tours around the vineyard showing you where and how the vines grow to make our unique wines. See what goes into your glass of wine after the tour at our tasting barn overlooking the beautiful view.

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Over 1400 people visited, sunflowers galore were cut and thanks to the amazing generosity of all the visitors we had raised £5,147.60! Zoe donated the funds in September and Rutland Sailaibilty are looking at purchasing a new rescue boat. We knew at this point we already had the best customers even before we’ve opened!

We raised over £5000 for Rutland Sailability

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Upcoming Events

  • Six Pack Track in 2022
    Open now!
    1km nature walk around the vineyard
    Open now!
    1km nature walk around the vineyard
    A wonder around our free to use nature trail. Learn about the residents in our vineyard!
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  • Vineyard tours June 2022- sold out
    6.00-7.00pm every Friday in June
    Location is TBD
    6.00-7.00pm every Friday in June
    Location is TBD
    The only UK vineyard with a Master of Wine showing you around! Hopefully more tour dates announced soon. Sign up for updates!
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The Rutland Vineyard team

Looking forward to welcoming you

John Atkinson

Tim 

Master of Wine extraordinare

Always learning soil enthusiast

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Zoe

Matt

Chief wine taster and welcomer to the tasting barn

Our eye in the vineyard and Six Pack Track guardian

Jurassic Way Wines was funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development.

In 2021 it helped transform the old farm barn into the tasting barn you see today. 

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