Hanwell 2016 Rainbow’s Reward

front and back of rainbow's reward bottles

Announcing Hanwell’s second ever quality sparkling wine, Rainbow’s reward.  Made using the traditional champagne method from the estate’s 2016 harvest of red grapes, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. We are delighted to share a crisp, yeasty decadent sparkle with lemon notes and toasty finish. The quantity is very limited, each hand numbered bottle is £30 […]

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Holiday delivery

As last 1st class posting day is 19th December we can no longer expect any new orders to reach you before Christmas. Sorry. We do however have a range of home print vouchers for Vineyard Experience Tours which will be in your inbox within minutes, even on Christmas day! These can then be home printed […]

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Events Calendar – December 2019

See what’s coming up in 2020: The Rural Antics Barn calendar has so many amazing activities this coming Winter and Spring including two new dates for our super popular Bentwood Chair Workshop in February: Rural Antics 2020 Workshops: Handmade Bookbinding Notebook, Sun 5th Jan 9:45am-1pm £54 Glass Jewellery Workshop, Sun 12th Jan 9:30am-12:30pm £55 Paper […]

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Harvest 2019

Summary Hand-picked by volunteers, friends and family, 2019 was our 5th grape harvest. The traditional champagne varieties: Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier and Chardonnay were planted in 2012, some vines are not yet mature.  Grape quantity was significantly up versus 2018 especially the Pinot Noir, which excelled.  Each year the local conditions throw us new challenges […]

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Why buy from us this Christmas

For you A great selection of art and craft workshops, tour and taste vineyard experience, gift vouchers and local wines to choose from. Workshop selection categories – Woodworking, Willow, Art, Textiles, others includes – Calligraphy, bookbinding and Sugar crafting Tour and Taste Vineyard Experiences, choose from Bronze, Silver, Gold or Adopt-a-vine. Monetary Vouchers choose £10 […]

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Flowering time

Vine flowers

July 2019 After a wet June, now the sun is out the vines are growing fast, some canes have grown the full metre from the fruiting wire to the top of the trellis. The vineyard team are busy ‘tucking in’. This involves winding the vine cane upwards through the horizontal trellis wires. About 2000 vines […]

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