Vineyards & Breweries in Wiltshire
Ok so you may not initially think of Wiltshire as an important wine and beer producing region however you’d be wrong…
In the heart of Wiltshire is the Wadworth Brewery famous for its 6X beer (plus many more), its traditional brewing techniques and its shire horses which still deliver its beer to local pubs.
You can go into the Visitor Centre for free or if you’d like to know more then why not go on one of their tours?* (* there is a charge for going on a tour).
Other Wiltshire breweries include: the Three Daggers Brewery in Edington, the Ramsbury Brewing and Distilling Company, the Hop Back in Downton, Arkell’s in Swindon, The Keystone in Berwick St Leonard and Stonehenge Ales at Netheravon.
Often you will find these beers and ales on sale in our local pubs.
Just outside Devizes you’ll find a’Beckett’s Vineyard which produces fine English sparkling and still wines, cider and apple juice.
There’s also Fonthill Glebe Wines produced at Teffont Evias, near Salisbury who also make an English grape brandy.
On the edge of Bradford on Avon is one of the only 6 vineyards in the UK to have organic status at Quoins Organic Vineyard.
A perfect chance to sample our local produce is often at one of the Food & Drink Festivals taking place across the county. Look out for dates of forthcoming festivals on our what’s on pages.
Planning on sampling some of Wiltshire's very own wines & beers?
If you are planning to come up and sample some of Wiltshire’s amazing wines and beers, why not make a short break of it?
To help you better plan your visit, please click any of the below links where you can find out more information on accommodation, attractions and seasonal events.