Limeburn Hill Vineyard is an innovative, ecological vineyard near Chew Magna on the edge of Bristol. It was the first biodynamic vineyard in the south west of England, and one of only 7 in the UK. Perched on a sunny south-facing slope overlooking the Chew Valley the vineyard was hand-planted with 1800 vines in 2015 and a further 1200 in 2020/21. Eight varieties of grapes are grown – three red and five white – from which a variety of natural wines are produced.

Our wines are certified as organic and biodynamic and we make them ourselves entirely from our own grapes. We produce Pétillant Naturel wines (naturally sparkling white, rosé & red) as well as experiments in still Amber wines (skin-macerated whites). All of our wines are vegan.

Please come and visit us to take a guided tour, learn more about how we manage the vineyard in line with nature, and taste our very special wines. More details and bookings available on our tours, tastings and events page.

You can follow our progress on our blog where we explain more about our approach, biodynamics and other interesting explorations into natural wines and authentic terroir. We post a lot of our current activities on our Instagram page – limeburnhill  – follow us to find out what’s happening…

You can find other events of interest (orchard tours, permaculture, natural beekeeping, compost-making, forest garden tours, etc.) at our host farm – Westfield Farm.

For more information please contact info(at)limeburnhillvineyard.co.uk  – we very much look forward to meeting you!

Georgina & Robin