Coddington Vineyard

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Coddington Vineyard: There are guided tours which begin in our gardens, or we can go directly to the vineyard and winery.

The gardens are cottage garden in style, and there are a wide range of plants that allow colour well into the autumn. The plants particularly include collections of day lilies, agapanthus, kniphophia, rudbeckia, echinacia and sunflowers.

In the vineyard we explain the work that is done through the year, before entering the winery to discuss harvest and wine making. The modern winery, with its stainless steel equipment, includes a one ton pneumatic press, earth filter and cold stabilisation units and top quality steel vats.

The wine tasting, we taste all available wines, accompanied by cheese and biscuits.

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Coddington Vineyard is 5 miles west of the Malvern Hills, and about 4 miles from Ledbury. It can be reached from either the M5 or M50.
From the M5 take junction 7 and follow the signs to Malvern. Drive through Malvern to Colwall, from where signposts point to Coddington and our brown and white signs then signal Coddington vineyard.

From the M50

take junction 2 for Ledbury. Drive through Ledbury onto the Bromyard road, go under the railway bridge before taking the first right turn signposted Wellington Heath. After 2 miles turn right at the T junction and then travel 2 miles always turning left till you see the sign Coddington Vineyard.

from the A417

Ledbury to Malvern road, take the turn to Colwall, and follow the brown and white signs leading you to Coddington vineyard.


Opening times (1 March - 23 December):
2:00 PM - 5:00 PM---2:00 PM - 5:00 PM2:00 PM - 5:00 PM2:00 PM - 5:00 PM



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Address: Coddington Vineyard, Coddington, Ledbury, Herefordshire, HR8 1JJ, UK
Phone: +44 1531 640 668

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