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Camel Valley Vineyard ~ Grand Tour & Tasting

Tasting terrace at Camel Valley Vineyard

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Type: Guided Walk

Every Wednesday evening at 5.00pm between 1st April and 28th October, with an additional tour at 5.00pm Thursdays throughout August. A wine maker will personally guide you through the vineyard and winery, answering any questions you may have about the wine making process. Afterwards, there will be a fun wine tasting session, beginning with our most famous wine, Cornwall Brut. We aim to taste a minimum of 4 wines, and you can of course buy wine by the glass, bottle or case after the tour and the site closes at 6.45 pm (5pm on non Grand Tour days). Soft drinks are always available.

The Grand Tour and Tasting is always very popular, so it is essential to book in advance. There are no concessions for children on the Grand Tour, please for accompanying children see the 2:30pm Afternoon Tour.

If you are being collected after the Grand Tour, the 6.30 is a good time.

OPENING TIMES

WINE SALES 10AM-5PM

Year round Monday to Friday including Bank Holidays, but not Sundays.
Saturdays open 31st March to 27th October
Always closed Sundays

Wine by the glass too

Contact Details

Camel Valley Ltd
Nanstallon
Bodmin
Cornwall
PL30 5LG

Tel: +44(0)1208 77959

Ticket Information

Please phone for prices

Opening Times

5 Apr 2017 - 25 Oct 2017
DayTimes

* Wednesdays 5.00pm
Thursdays in August 5.00pm

Facilities

Event Facilities

  • Booking Advised

Key Features

  • In countryside

Parking & Transport

  • Parking (free)

Road Directions

Follow the brown signs (yes the mile is a long mile!) from the A389 Bodmin to Wadebridge road, approximately 2 miles from Bodmin, by the junction with the B3266 from Camelford.

Alternatively Camel Valley Vineyard is only 10 minutes drive from the A30, through the village of Nanstallon.

Public Transport Directions

Also accessible on foot or bike from the Camel Trail, or by the steam train from Bodmin followed by a short walk.

Please note that no dogs are allowed except guide dogs. There is shaded parking available.