New Hall Vineyard is
English Wine Producer with over 100 acres of vines, It
was first established by the Greenwood family, in the
small Essex village of Purleigh in 1969 and is one of
the oldest and largest English Vineyards in the Country.
The grape vines grown at New Hall were carefully
selected and have been planted only 12m to 24m above
sea level, on well-sheltered, southern facing slopes of
a shallow valley.
Which over the years this site has proven itself to be
an almost ideal place,
for the growing of vines in England. Producing, above
average crops of high quality grapes with naturally
high sugars, each year.
New Hall Vineyards is open Mon - Friday
9am to 4pm and Sat 9am to 1.30pm, free of charge, where
visitors welcome to taste some of
wines in the cellar shop under the house and walk along the Vineyard
FREE OF CHARGE
Special Guided Tours can be booked during
the summer for groups of 14 of more.