Three Choirs Vineyards
This is England, but not as you know her. Vines rustle here instead of oak leaves. There are no ancient castles, but our historic vineyards still have stories to tell. Yes, here at Three Choirs in Gloucestershire, we are 75 acres of England. But we are also Tuscany and Bordeaux.
This beautiful country of ours has many tricks up her sleeve. Nowhere more so than here in Gloucestershire, as the largest and oldest vineyard, where she is both the England you know and the England you’ve yet to discover.
Tours & Tastings
The Three Choirs Vineyards offers an unforgettable grape-to-glass experience.
Uncovering the stories of our vines starting at the Cellar Door, our wine tasting tour guides will take you to the edge of the vines, inspiring and informing you as they explain our growing process. Then wander to the Winery to uncover the wine making process, from grape to bottle. Breathe in, taste and delight in the wines for yourself as you try four of our finest wine samples. Follow our vineyard walk taking in different points of interest along the way.
Indulge in delicious food and a tipple or two. Delicious country classics and decadent plates designed around the seasons, our Brasserie serves the best of fresh ingredients, focusing on provenance. Enjoy a relaxing lunch or dinner in our ambient dining space with bespoke, eclectic decor.
Escape a million miles away, close to home. When the vines sleep for the night, so can you. Stay in our Vineyard View Rooms, then start the next day with fresh coffee on your veranda. Maybe you prefer the luxury of our Vineyard Lodge, right at the heart of the vineyard. Whatever you choose, peace and comfort follow closely behind.
Visit Newent the largest town in north west Gloucestershire and situated north of the capital, Gloucester and surrounded by local towns of Ledbury, Dymock, and Ross-on-Wye. Providing the town with excellent communication links, perhaps accounting for the vast numbers of residents and businesses locating here both past and present.
Newent is certainly one of the most attractive towns in the Forest of Dean area. It is a thriving, unspoilt market town with a wide range of attractions for the shopper and visitor. Many of the buildings date from the 13th century, and centrepiece of the town is the Old Market Hall, which was built in 1668.
Visit Gloucestershire from elegant spa & market towns to stately homes. Gloucestershire is home to the UK’s longest river and largest mature oak woodland, iconic film locations, walk in the footsteps of poets, and explore 4,500-year-old mines.
In addition to its county town of Gloucester, it has three lovely areas – The Forest of Dean, The Cotswolds and the Severn Vale.