Looe Valley Vineyard was established in 2008 on a sunny site in the East Looe Valley in South East Cornwall by owners Charles Boney and Sue Brownlow.  Our aim is simple – to create high-quality local hand-crafted wines.

Wine sales direct from the vineyard and online. We are open for tours and tastings between Easter and October, and at other times for groups by prior arrangement – see our Visit us page for further details.

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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING

Appreciate the excellent wine that is produced and bottled on site. Altogether a really interesting and great experience..

Greengenie2018, London

Wonderful, Informative, Not to be missed, Experience.

Julie M, London

The tour of the vineyard and equipment took a very pleasant hour, before proceeding to a lovely relaxed spot in the garden for the tasting. There were four excellent varieties to taste, and we enjoyed the relaxed, unpretentious surroundings and the friendly way in which the tour was delivered..

A fabulous way to spend an afternoon in Looe!.

Fantastic few hours spent with Charles – have done several wine tours both here and abroad but have never learnt this much about wine… We particularly loved the Rosé and bought several bottles. Would definitely return when we next come back to the area..
sueborwicknocol, Normanton, United Kingdom

A great afternoon with Charlie’s fascinating tour of the vineyard and wine production facilities..

ramblingjohn2014, Normanton, United Kingdom

The just bottled 2018 Solaris wine says to the ripening grapes of 2019 'This is what happens when you grow up'
Zesty citrus notes on the palate. Hint of lime and grapefruit with subtle aftertaste of....come on a tour and tasting by ringing 07792 538442 and tell us yourself what your taste buds tell you.
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Solaris grapes now growing rapidly, the season catching up after the delayed start caused by late frost. Harvest of these beauties prob mid september.
The next key stage is 'veraison' when grapes start softening, change colour a little, and start building sugar that will turn to alcohol!
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