Wildlife Walk open for Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days visitors are invited to explore the newly opened 'wildlife walk' free of charge.

Enjoy a self-guided tour around the vineyard and new wildlife walk which was officially opened earlier this year. The trail has been created around the perimeter of the new vineyard providing a live habitat for birds, bees, flowers and frogs so wildlife can thrive.

We're committed to making great wine sustainability by putting the environment first and the wildlife walk features bat and barn owl boxes, bug hotels, bee hives, butterfly scrapes, an insect highway, wildflower meadows to attract pollinators, compost pits, a pond, and a huge bench sculpted from a Redwood tree that fell on the Estate.

Families are welcome and children are invited to complete our wildlife worksheet. Well behaved dogs on leads are welcome. Visitors are also welcome to enjoy a glass of Albury wine and food from the tasting room bar menu if they wish.

Please note...

Access is free of charge but we recommend you register so we know how many visitors to expect. This is not a guided tour - if you would like a guided tour this is available on 9th September and is bookable for £25/person. The self-guided experience is available on specific dates only (see below). We recommend you allow at least 1 hour for your visit. The trail involves a walk over slightly uneven and hilly ground so is not recommended for those unsteady on their feet. Please check in via the vineyard shop on arrival.

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