Kerry Vale Vineyard | Cellar Door Shop

About

Kerry Vale Vineyard’s purpose built shop provides a comfortable and friendly setting for visitors to sample and learn about British wine and find out about the rich Roman history of the land where the vineyard is situated

In addition to offering a locally sourced menu and delicious selection of homemade cakes, the vineyard also plays host to a wonderful art gallery, which supports some of Shropshire’s finest professional artists.

Once you've explored the vineyard, why not sit back and relax in the contemporary café, shop and visitor centre. You can enjoy a glass of wine, complemented by one of our delicious locally sourced cheese platters prepared in the vineyard kitchen. Or indulge with a traditional afternoon tea, served with wonderful English sparkling wine – a delightful way to spend the afternoon.

Cellar Door Shop
Inspired by a Dutch barn that once stood on the vineyard, this purpose built shop welcomes visitors with its contemporary and modern design. The shop offers a range of wines, and a selection of locally produced food and gifts which we are happy to wrap for that perfect present.

Hampers and gift vouchers are also available.

Facilities

Parking

  • Free Parking

Map & Directions

Road Directions

Kerry Vale Vineyard is on the right, about 1.5 miles out of Churchstoke on the A489 towards Newtown. It's within easy reach of the West Midlands via the M54/A5 and Shrewsbury. Our postcode is SY15 6HU.

The nearest railway station is Newtown, which is 10 miles away.

Kerry Vale Vineyard | Cellar Door Shop

Type:Local Food & Drink Producer

Kerry Vale Vineyard, Churchstoke, Montgomery, Powys, SY15 6HU

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Tel01588 620627

Opening Times

* Open 6 days a week, closed Mondays
The vineyard offers scheduled tours and wine tasting on Thursday, Saturday and Sundays

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