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Walked here from our holiday cottage. Paid the £2 for self guided tour and wine tasting after- well worth it. Clearly marked route around with lots of information regarding the crops. Colin the owner is a gem , very entertaining! We tried 7 different wines...More
I can confirm what other reviewers have said about poor access. The unpaved track up to the vineyard is dangerously potholed so you would definitely not want to risk your vehicle on it unless you are driving a machine with caterpillar tracks instead of wheels!
Having seen the sign advertising this vinyard on the road into Tintern, we made our way to it. However, while on our way up the hill, our car's wheels dropped into huge potholes! As a result we did not continue our journey up to the...More
We went for a morning in Tintern and come across the Parva Vineyard so went up to have a look. For £2 you can follow the self guided tour. The views alone were worth this! The information was very interesting and definitely worth doing! We...More
We decided to kill some time while waiting for parking space at the Old Railway Station for afternoon tea. We parked the car at the pub and decided to walk up a very large hill hoping to see a shop that would sell locally produced...More
We had seen the vineyard from a distance on a south facing hill overlooking Tintern. Owner welcomed us at the little shop and we tasted 3 of the wines, bought 2, plus some plant pots. We then spent 30 mins on the self guided tour...More
We popped in today as we passed through Tintern after visiting the abbey. The lady was very informative and invited us to sample a selection of their award winning wines. We bought some to take home so were glad we popped in. The only thing...More
This was an accidental find - but a good one! I was visiting the local area and seen the sign and decided to visit. On arrival, I was introduced to the vineyard by Judith. She was a lovely lady and offered me tasters of their...More