Castle Brook Vineyard
Castle Brook Vineyard is run by the Chinn family, who are best known for producing Wye Valley Asparagus a perfect accompaniment to their English wine! Tucked away in the meandering Wye Valley of South Herefordshire, they planted the Castlebrook vines in 2004, on the site of an ancient Roman vineyard. Lying on a steep south-facing slope, in the rain shadow of the Black Mountains, but with plenty of warm westerly air, the area is renowned for its fruit and vegetable production.
The Castle Brook name is derived from the farmhouse that sits at the bottom of the vineyard. This ancient building, mentioned in the 1086 Domesday book as a coaching inn, is named after both the ruins of Penyard Castle which overlooks the valley, and the Coughton Brook which runs through it.
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