About Walton Brook


Award winning Walton Brook vineyard was originally planted in 2008 on a sunny South-facing slope consisting of clay with flint on limestone at Horseleys Farm, Burton on the Wolds. The original plantation of 2500 vines consisted of Seyval Blanc, Solaris, Regent and Madeline Angevine planted in two blocks by laser guided equipment from Germany.

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English still white and rose wine. Rose and Bacchus. Sparkling Rose Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris , Sparkling Seyval Blanc.

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Excellent service. Excellent products (Solaris and Bacchus). Highly recommended.
Jonathan Ruck
Brilliant experience and lots of knowledge shared. Even my 10 year old enjoyed listen to all the information on how wine is made and different varieties of vines/grapes for each wine. Very well hosted and even a bit of rain didn’t stop the evening. Thank you
Rachael Ford
Really good wine.Really nice people. Beautiful place. Easy access/location. Variety of wine. Do you you need any more reasons to visit this vineyard and have their wine.
Richard A. Bruschi

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English still white and rose wine. Rose and Bacchus. Sparkling Rose Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris , Sparkling Seyval Blanc.

Pinot Gris: Silver Medal Winner and Best Sparkling White MVA 2018.

Available from our online shop here : Sparkling Pinot Gris 2013 (Silver Medal)

The Italian Wine Journal

Walton Brook Vineyard Pinot Gris 2013 classic method: tasting Every year the Euposia Challenge presents interesting innovations in the panorama of the international classic method. This Pinot gris comes from Leicestershire, a vine not widely used in sparkling wines; technology and clones from Germany for this winery started in 2008 on hills facing south in […]

Walton Brook Vineyard on Radio Leicester with Ben Jackson

Walton Brook Vineyard featured on Ben Jackson’s Radio Leicester show : http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p048nyhq#play We’re on at 1 hr 10 mins (and 26 seconds). Enjoy!