VINEYARD OPENING HOURS
Tuesday – Saturday: 12 – 5 PM
Closed Sunday and Monday
Tucked away down a campion-lined Cornish lane, Trevibban Mill is a vineyard, winery and bar approximately three miles from picturesque harbour town, Padstow. Historically the home of a miller and his family, the land is now covered in vines and apple trees.
Trevibban Mill was established by Engin & Liz Mumcuoglu in 2008. Today the vineyard is run by the family with their eldest son Tom, drawing on their passion for viticulture and sustainability in the expanding market. From the sheep that graze in the vineyard and orchards, even down to the grape and apple pressing waste that feeds the neighbours cows, their approach is a simple yet considered one, working with nature.
Trevibban Mill is now one of the leading wine estates in the UK and the wines have won numerous awards in the International Wine Challenge, International Wine and Spirit Competition including their renowned Pinot Noir Sparkling Rosé which was awarded Silver at the Champagne & Sparkling Wine World Championship in 2021, their Blanc de Blancs 2014 won Gold at the WineGBWest awards in 2019, where it was also awarded The Ray Palfrey Cup for the best sparkling wine, as well as being named the overall champion. As well as producing beautiful examples of English Sparkling Wine, they have a particularly high reputation for their still wines including the Harlyn Still White and the Black Ram Red and have received many accolades for these innovative styles.
Trevibban Mill has been regularly in the press, in 2021 were amongst the twenty best vineyards to visit in The Times. Our white sparkling wine was one of the top 20 wines recommended by Susie Atkins in The Telegraph. Recently our Black Ram Red was one of 5 best still wines in the UK recommended by Fiona Beckett in the Guardian. Our ciders have received gold and silver medals in the biggest international competition (IWSC) and have achieved 3rd place in the overall whole competition.
At the centre of the vineyard is a striking contemporary building which houses our winery and cellar, an unpretentious yet stylish tasting room/bar and event space, the ‘Upper Deck’, which can be hired for weddings and private events.
A GLASS OF ESTATE MADE WINE OR CIDER
Enjoy a tempting glass of something chilled either on the terrace overlooking the Vineyard, amongst the vines and wild flower garden in the glorious Cornish sunshine or on those (very rare) wildly wet days, inside in the contemporary tasting room with the same beautiful vistas. Soft drinks are also available, including hand-pressed apple juice and homemade elderflower cordial, as well as a selection of tea and coffee.
INDULGE AT THE VINEYARD
Enjoy light lunch options during your visit, a carefully selected menu of the finest ingredients including;
Freshly baked bread from neighbouring bakeries
On-site made vibrant Themptation Hummus (vegan)
Carved to order Serrano Jamon from the leg
Local Artisanal Cornish cheeses
A selection of sweet treats
The shop is open for bottle and case sales Tuesday-Saturday 12–5pm, no appointment needed.
WINE TASING & TOURS
For more details of the tours & tastings please click here.
Wine & Cider Tasting Experience
£15 per person book here
Book the very popular Wine & Cider Tasting experience through their website, which includes a tutored tasting of 5 wines/ciders with an experienced team member, the wines/ciders are selected by the team & is a very relaxed experience. You can order food from their menu on the day too!
Availability: Tuesday-Saturday 12-3.30pm.
£20 per person book here
This tour is a fun experience for a behind-the-scenes story of their journey usually led by one of the owners or a family member of the estate, followed by a tutored tasting of 5 of the selected wines/ciders.
Availability: most Wednesdays/Thursdays/Saturdays commencing at 3pm
Grand Walking Tour
£65 per person book here
Immerse yourself in the rural estate setting off in the morning led by one of the owners or a family member, seeing the vineyard, orchard and lakeside learning about viticulture & grape growing and how we make our wine and cider returning for a delicious lunch and a tutored tasting of our wines/ciders.
Availability: Saturdays 10:30am
A FEW THINGS TO NOTE
Booking is highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
Well behaved dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead at all times.