Coddington Vineyard grow three grape varieties and produce single variety wines from them, including our award winning and very popular Bacchus.
On a south facing slope, our mature vines absorb the warmth of the sunshine late into the autumn.
This allows the grapes to ripen slowly, important in the production of our delicate, floral, aromatic English wines.
We grow three grape varieties
Bacchus and Ortega are developed in Germany for a cool climate, and are partly of Riesling stock.
The third is Pinot Gris, a French grape.
We usually harvest the Ortega in late September and the Bacchus and Pinot Gris in October.
The vineyard produces around four tonnes of grapes, providing about 3,000 bottles of wine each year.
Stay on the Vineyard
You can stay on our Herefordshire vineyard in a Grade II listed self-catering cottage, once a hop drying barn.
We have a two bedroom holiday cottage to rent for breaks of between 2 and 21 nights.
Combine a stroll through the vines with a visit to our shop. Arrange a Garden and Vineyard Tour during the summer months. Local produce shop on Herefordshire vineyard. Light lunches or teas/coffee available for small parties.
Visit Ledbury a Herefordshire market town, lying east of Hereford, and west of the Malvern Hills. It has a significant number of timber-framed structures, in particular along Church Lane and High Street. One of the most outstanding is the Market House, built in 1617, located in the town centre.
There is excellent accommodation with hotels filled with history, bars & pubs full of tradition and quality bed and breakfasts, camping, caravanning and glamping in the heart of the Herefordshire countryside.
Find events in Herefordshire, what’s happening, when and where, during your stay.