Camel Valley Vineyard


  • Tours Tours
  • Bar Bar
  • Shop Shop
  • Wheelchair Access Wheelchair Access
  • Public Transport within 5 miles Public Transport within 5 miles
  • Accommodation Accommodation
  • Eco Initiatives Eco Initiatives

Tour details


Choose between the everyday guided tour or book ahead for the popular Grand Tour, led by one of the winemakers and including a more in-depth tasting.

Guided Tour

1 April-30 Sept, 2.30pm

Grand Tour & Tasting

Wednesay: 5pm
during August only – Thursday: 5pm

pre-booking essential


Two delightfully comfortable barn conversions a stone's throw from the Cellar Door with private terrace/balcony.

Cellar Door Shop & Bar

Sells Camel Valley wines and during the spring, vines

Public transport

Train: Bodmin Parkway, 5 miles

Course details

Camel Valley runs WSET courses in conjunction with St Austell Brewery

Opening times

All year

Cellar Door shop, tastings & bar

Mon-Fri:  10am–5pm
Sat - from Easter to end of October: 10am-5pm Closed

Sundays & Christmas/New Year

Bank Holidays

Open, 10am-5pm


Crisps, olives & nuts are available

Wheelchair access

Shop & terrace


Adults: £6.50 or £10 depending on tour
Children 4–17: £2.50 on daily 2.30pm tour

No under 18s on Grand Tour

Get in Touch

Tel: 01208 77959

Twitter: camelwinemaker, camelvalleybob

Camel Valley Vineyards
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Perfectly located overlooking the Camel river, Camel Valley Vineyard is an inspiring example of the new wave of English wine. Founded by Bob and Annie Lindo in the late 1980s – he was a former RAF pilot – the last few years have seen it harvest almost as many awards as grapes.

It's not vast though – turn up the leafy lane into their drive right by the popular Camel Trail walking and biking route and you'll see the vineyards, winery and friendly Cellar Door. Book to go on either the summer weekday tour or the very popular Wednesday early evening Grand Tour. Then allow some time to sit on the verandah or upper terrace and enjoy the ambience. Both still and sparkling wines are turning heads.

The two cosy, self-catering cottages are delightful for those who want to tarry a while longer.

Don't miss

Bacchus – seen by many as the UK's answer to Sauvignon Blanc, the Lindos are among the front-runners with this aromatic, textured grape


  • Pinot Noir Brut 2008 – World Best Sparkling Rosé, 2010 Bollecine del Mondo, Verona
  • Pinot Noir Brut 2008 – Sparkling Rosé Trophy & Best English Sparkling Trophy, 2010 International Wine Challenge
  • Sam Lindo – UK Winemaker of the Year, UKVA 2010 Annual Awards
  • Small Visitor Attraction of the Year 2008 – Cornwall Tourist Board Awards

Annual Events

English Wine Week, May – the last few years the Lindos have teamed up with Rick Stein. 2010 saw them linking up for Green, Fit & Fresh – picking up a picnic at Rick's deli, cycling the Camel Trail to Camel Valley to picnic in the vineyard, all in aid of ActionAid


The Lindos are long term supporters of Action Aid, Cornwall AirAmbulance and sponsor Yvena through school in Haiti through Oxfam.

Eco-friendly initiatives

  • Site of Special Scientific Interest for Otters
  • Returnable fold-flat boxes
  • Staff cycle or walk to work

Trade bodies

UK & SW Vineyard Association, Visit Cornwall

Visited: Spring 2009