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26 November 2020

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Welsh Wine Routes

With staycations now the “new norm” and climate change warming things up, the timing is perfect for the Welsh wine scene to show-off its treasures. But even better, the fun in Wales never stops. There is something for everyone, all year long: the world-famous Pembrokeshire Coastal Path; surfing, wild swimming and coasteering events; forests primeval to explore; sailing; fishing and much more.

Staycations Never Tasted So Good

Below, we’ve started a Master Map as the perfect way to organise your staycation wine-tasting tour: vineyards, farm shops, wine shops, ancient monuments, castle ruins, and secret wild-swimming spots. The Welsh vineyards are marked, as are retailers selling Welsh wines. Check below with the vineyard’s web-site links to check Opening Hours. This will remain a “work in progress” as we add treasures as we discover them!

 

A few of the vineyards are not open to the public: some are smaller, private affairs, and some are just starting out and not ready to recieve us. But you will find that those that are, are destinations in and of themselves, replete with accommodation (from cosy to luxurious), restaurants, tea rooms, farm shops, galleries, tastings, and tours. Essential sites are: Vineyards Wales and the WVA.

Drive 1 - Mid and North Wales

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Drive 2 - THE SOUTH (VALE OF GLAMORGAN

DRIVE 3: THE EAST (MONMOUTHSHIRE)

DRIVE 4: THE WEST

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