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Welcome to Tuffon Hall. We are a modern, boutique vineyard in the heart of East Anglia and we produce elegant, award-winning wines of the highest standard.
Whilst we’ve only been producing wine since 2014, our family have been working this land for four and a half generations.
We usually sell to select retailers, bars, pubs and restaurants locally, through our website and at a growing number of venues and shops in London.
Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we like many other businesses are facing an unprecedented challenge. We’d like to thank everyone for supporting us both locally and from further afield.
We have special offers on our Bacchus Wine and Grape Gin
Go to our Shop page for more information
Alternatively you can email us at email@example.com
Since 1910 our family has been involved in producing quality crops for the drinks industry. From our roots of growing malting barley for local beer and whisky, to our Bacchus, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier that we first planted in 2011.
We have a deep-seated connection to our land and are committed to treating it sustainably and with respect.
At the heart of our wines is an unfailing commitment to quality and the craft of viticulture. All our vines are worked by hand and we will never machine pick.
We believe that this gentle consideration goes along way to ensuring that our wines perfectly represent the terroir of our vineyard and continue to win awards and accolades.
East Anglia is now regarded as being on a par with Sussex as the ideal place for English wine to thrive.
Through respecting our land and the local ecosystem, we work hard to make sure that our wines carry a sense of place through to the glass.
We’re constantly searching for ways to make our wines the best that they can be, always looking to refine the way that we work.
“It’s our mission to become known as the premier vineyard in the region and the torch-bearer for boutique, crafted wines in England.”
Castle Hedingham’s wine-growing tradition stretches back to Norman times. The current vineyard was planted in 2011 and our family have carefully farmed the area for over 100 years. Our specially selected grapes thrive in the terroir and currently go into the four wines which we produce.
Our wines are named after the ‘half’ generation of the family, our three daughters Amelie, Beatrice and Charlotte.
We hope you love our wines as much as we do,
Angus and Pod Crowther.
Our Pinot Noir is a fresh medium dry rosé, with notes of crushed strawberry, cherry and raspberry. Perfect for drinking on a fine English summer’s day.