Vineyard Tours & Tastings for groups!
Enjoy a relaxing and interesting day out in the Nottinghamshire countryside with your friends or family.
Can I thank you Helenka and Will most sincerely for the thoroughly enjoyable and informative visit we made to your estate today. Everyone expressed surprise and delight at the work you have done on the estate and on the way you enlightened us about vine growing and wine making. Thank you also for the informative wine tasting and the excellent buffet you provided. The whole visit was enjoyed by everyone. We were all impressed by the efforts you have made already and wish you every success in the future. – Peter, U3A, August 2017
Make your visit complete by adding a buffet or afternoon tea
- Cold seasonal buffet from £10 per person
- Afternoon tea £15 per person
- Bespoke options are available, perhaps a BBQ or Hog Roast, if interested let us know and we’ll provide a price.
VIDEO: Example of our buffets.
Add your requirement to your booking form, email us or give us a call 01949 81393.
We welcome groups up to 30 visitors to Hanwell Wine Estate, to enjoy a tour of our vineyard and a wine tasting experience!
Your group experience for £15 per person comprises of…
- Mug of tea/coffee or glass of Nottinghamshire wine upon arrival
- Introduction to Hanwell Wine Estate
- Guided tour of our beautiful vineyard
- Talk about a year of life in the vineyard
- Tutored wine tasting to include 6 local wines
Tour | We’ll walk with you through the vines sharing the vineyard story, what we grow, how we manage it and our future plans all in a relaxed and friendly style. Wine Tasting | You are invited to taste 6 wines including those from the award-winning Eglantine Vineyard, our parent vineyard and Hanwell’s first wine. Over-18s only may taste or buy. We operate a ‘Challenge 25’ policy so if you are lucky enough to look younger, please bring ID. Group Size | Up to 30 can be accommodated, including space for parking a mini-bus or coach or up to 30 cars. Date, time and season | To suit your group or
Choose a weekday or weekend, Wednesday – Sunday inclusive.
Suggested start times are 11am, 2pm or 7pm. Visits usually last 2 hours. A buffet or afternoon tea can extend the visit to 2 ¾ hours.
Group tours are available all year round.
Winter and Spring seasons: the vineyard is dormant, the vines are pruned in winter, then buds begin to swell in May.
Summer and Autumn seasons: the vines are in full growth, in flower or the grapes are on the vine.
Booking your tour | We take group bookings often more than a year in advance and advise booking early to secure the date you want.
Complete the group booking form electronically here or by downloading a Word document here. include your proposed time and date options, we will then either confirm by email or contact you to find an alternative.
Add a buffet to your booking, to enjoy after your tour on the terrace, in the vineyard or by the lake.
Payment timing | prices from £15 per person
Group visits are £150 for up to 10 adults, plus an additional £15 per person from the 11th person+.
Supervised children are welcome free of charge, they may not however taste wine.
A deposit of £150 is required at time of booking to secure your preferred date.
The final balance (for groups larger than 10 people) must be paid a month in advance of your visit. If your group grows we need 48 hours’ notice and require payment in full for those additional people prior to or latest on arrival. Failure to pay in full by the start time will delay the event.
Payment method | Credit card, paypal, BACs, cash or cheque are all welcome. Full details are on the booking form. If you want us to send you an invoice then please let us know. Information sheet for your group | These details are available as an info sheet to download if you wish to share them with your group.
If you have any other questions...We are looking forward to hearing from you, so please do get in touch if you wish to discuss your requirements.
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