Danebury Vineyards is a privately owned estate located near Stockbridge, in the heart of Hampshire, on the paddocks of what was a famous nineteenth-century racehorse training yard. The vineyards cover seven acres (2.8ha) of sheltered, south-facing fields on chalk and flint-stone soil.
Their first vines were planted in 1988 and today they produce their flagship vintage brut sparkling wine ‘Cossack’. The family has chosen to focus on limited production, following organic principles, which is reflected in the quality of the wine. Although on the fringes of the wine producing regions of the world, England’s long summer days allow for maximum ripening of the grapes, ensuring strong fruit flavours and the chalk and flint soil, characteristic of our region, lends the wine its minerality.
Danebury wines are made from grapes harvested from our single vineyard. Our experienced viticulture and wine making skills are reflected in Danebury’s exceptional fine wines, which are consistent medal winners at international wine awards and are poured in top institutions and establishments in London and Hampshire.