Frome Valley Vineyard

Ian and Jeanie Falconer
Frome Valley Vineyards
Bishop's Frome
Phone: 01885 490768
OS Grid Reference: Hereford Sheet 670500
Web site
    Vine varieties
  • Huxelrebe
  • Reichensteiner
  • Schonburger
  • Madeliene Angevine
  • Seyval Blanc

View of the vineyard

Wine types
  • Dry white
  • Medium-dry white
  • Shop 11a.m.-5pm Not Mondays
  • Tasting room in old barn
  • Limited catering for parties
    Wine Maker: Martin Fowke @ Three Choirs

  • The vineyard planted on Devon Marl just south of BROMYARD (OS location 670500) 4000 vines have been planted in an area of consistent rainfall protected from strong Westerly winds by the Welsh mountains.
    The vineyard was established to include a small model vineyard which shows various methods of training about 8 or 9 varieties of vine which will include reds.Training methods include the Guyot, Geneva Double Curtain as well as New World methods such as the Lyre and Scott Henry. Several types of wine are produced , which invariably achieved English Quality Wine status.
    Nearby attractions include the ACTON BEAUCHAMP rose gardens and the 14th Century manor house at Lower Brockhampton

    The best way to reach this vineyard is via the B4214 from Bromyard. Just past Munderfield Stocks, look for a narrow lane to your left and follow it for about a mile and a half. If you are coming from the the south, turn right in Bishop's Frome, following the signs to the industrial estate. When clear of the village, take the left hand fork (just before you cross the river)

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