Denbies Wine Estate

Denbies Wine Estate, England’s largest vineyard, is situated on the outskirts of Dorking in the Surrey Hills. Approaching the expansive Denbies Estate, for a moment, one could really be anywhere in the world, acres and acres of vineyard rolling into the distant hills, a captivating sight – in the middle of Surrey.

The unique characteristics of the North Downs landscape with its south facing slopes, chalky soil and micro-climate, make it ideal for creating England’s largest vineyard.

Denbies produces internationally award-winning, cool climate sparkling wines using the traditional grape varieties, grown on chalky soil. It has also an excellent reputation for producing world-class premium still wines.

Visitors to the estate have the opportunity to sample the range of 16 wines. Indoor winery and outdoor vineyard train tours take place daily. The winery centre also hosts a Wine and Gift Shop, Art Gallery and local Village Greens Farm Shop.

New for 2019, Denbies Wine Estate has opened England’s first Vineyard Hotel. Located in the heart of Denbies’ vineyard with outstanding views across the 265 acre estate and Surrey Hills. The hotel offers 17 ensuite rooms with a new orangery restaurant and bar area.

The Vineyard Hotel has subtle references to its’ prime location in the Surrey Hills wine country. The open landscape garden features two cabana style seating areas where guests will be able to enjoy local cheeses and charcuterie accompanied by the wine made and produced on the estate.