Glyndwr Vineyard

Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales
6,000 Vines over 6 acres
Richard, Charles and Jo Norris (Manager)
Wines Produced:
White, Red, Sparkling, Rosé, Sparkling Rosé
Awards Won:
First Prize (Sparkling), Double Gold (Red), South West Vineyards Association


With a name steeped in romantic Welsh history, Glyndwr Vineyard is the oldest established vineyard in Wales. Planted by the current owners in 1982, this family-run estate comprises over 6,000 vines, grown on gently south-east facing slopes in the heart of the beautiful Vale of Glamorgan.

Their wines are available locally in Waitrose stores, a mighty success for a team that was told by the French that Wales’s weather would be far too inconsistent for wine growing. Having taken a plot of land from brambles to award winning wine production, Glyndwr is an excellent example of the surprising yet excellent wines that can be produced in Wales.

The wines are evocative of that bold and romantic period of Welsh history.
The label shows Owain Glyndwr riding into battle.

Micro Climate

Glyndwr vineyard focuses on grapes that can thrive on the south eastern facing limestone soil, which receives lots of sunshine and gentle slopes provide drainage. The main grapes grown are Rondo, Regent and Seyval Blanc, producing award winning sparkling and still white wines, as well as some rosé and red wines.


If you fancy exploring their wines and vineyard in greater detail, you can book accommodation on the vineyard, or simply visit for a tour. Weddings and special private events can also be held on site.