Parva Farm Vineyard
- Child Friendly
- Dog Friendly
- Public Transport within 5 miles
- Eco Initiatives
Self guided tours can be taken any time during opening hours.
During July & August, a guided tour runs Thursday, 5.30pm, including a walk around the vineyard and a tutored tasting; 2.5 hours, £5.
Guided tours for groups of 10-40 from May to September can be booked in advance
Check website for details
Sells Parva Farm products, Welsh cheeses, local cider and perry – a speciality of the region – and many other Wye Valley products, plus plants and shrubs.
Train: Chepstow, 5 miles
Bus: 69, Monmouth to Chepstow
Open all week apart from Wednesday
(dusk in winter)
Students, 12-17: half price
Children, under 12: free
Get in Touch
Tel: 01291 689636
Believed by some to be a site with Roman links and probably the vineyard for Tintern Abbey, Parva Farm is certainly Wales' oldest vineyard of the modern era. Colin and Judith Dudley bought it in the mid-1990s and set about modernising the vineyard and the wines on offer. Currently they grow 17 varieties on their 2.5 acre site, alongside their herds of sheep, pedigree Hereford cattle and horses.
Rosé and white still and sparkling wines are produced, along with a fruit wine – Seyval with summer fruits – and a spicy Welsh mead, with the Dudley's own honey.
Visitors can take either a self-guided tour or opt for a guided tour Thursday early evening during the summer. There are also gardens and a picnic area with views over the Wye Valley.
Over to Judith:
"Parva Farm is set in a beautiful spot overlooking Tintern and the River Wye. The oldest vines – planted in 1979 – produce high quality wines which may be tasted and purchased in our farm shop."
- Tintern Parva Rhosyn 2009 (rosé) – Silver, 2010 English & Welsh Wine of the Year Awards
- Bacchus 2006 – Silver, 2009 EWWY & Decanter World Wine Awards
- Bwthen Rhosyn 2008 – Best in Class for Rosé in 2009 SW Vineyard Association competition
- See the Spring Lambs – a chance to see the variety of different breeds of sheep and their lambs
- Christmas Nativity scene
- Welsh Wine Festival, late May
- Tintern Michaelmas Festival
- Solar panels are used for hot water
- Sheep graze the vineyards in the winter for manure and to keep the grass short
- Recycled carrier bags and wine boxes are used in the shop
Parva Farms supports Guide Dogs for the Blind, & Horses and Ponies Protection Society
UK Vineyard Association, Wye Valley & Forest of Dean Tourism, Made in Monmouthshire