Astley Vineyards


  • Shop Shop
  • Wheelchair Access Wheelchair Access
  • Public Transport within 5 miles Public Transport within 5 miles

Tour details


Visitors are able to walk around the vineyard and surrounding wooded valleys before tasting the Astley wines in the Cellar Door shop.

Wheelchair access

Shop & tasting room

Public transport

Train: Kidderminster, 8 miles
Bus: Stourport to Worcester, ask for the stop nearest Astley Vineyards

Opening times

All year

Mon, Thurs-Sat: 10am-5pm 
Sun: midday-5pm


Tues & Wed


Entry: Free, including tastings of still wines

Get in Touch

Tel: 01299 822907

Astley Vineyards
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Within a mile of the River Severn lies Astley Vineyard, the home of Jonty Daniels and Janet Baldwin's bijou operation. Originally planted in the pioneering 1970s, at the time it was the most northerly English vineyard. When Jonty and Janet took over in the early 1990s, they continued their predecessors experimental instincts, always striving to produce wines that speak of both site and the vintage.

A visit allows a chance to taste and wander round the vineyards. Their wines are not available in supermarkets – they only have five acres – but are well worth seeking out.

Eco-friendly initiatives

  • minimal use of sprays
  • prunings are cultivated back into the soil rather than burnt

Don't miss

Astley Late Harvest – only produced in exceptional harvests, the most recent was 2008. A frequent trophy winner, this is made from early maturing Seigerrebe and trellised for extremely low yields. Late harvest plus such concentration gives a wine with delightful, honeyed tropical fruit, a light touch on the finish, and a great partner for blue cheese.


  • Food/Drink Producer of the Year 2008Worcestershire Life magazine
  • Veritas 2009 – Silver, 2010 Decanter World Wine Awards & UK Vineyard Association 
  • Late Harvest 2008 – Best Wine in Show, 2009 SW Vineyard Association
Fuller review to come, pending visit