Polgoon Vineyard & Orchard

Features

  • Tours Tours
  • Shop Shop
  • Wheelchair Access Wheelchair Access
  • Dog Friendly Dog Friendly
  • Public Transport within 5 miles Public Transport within 5 miles
  • Eco Initiatives Eco Initiatives

Tour details

Individuals

Throughout the summer (May till October) organised group tours take place at 2pm on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Advance booking is essential.

Groups

Tours by prior arrangement only.

Must be over 18.

Wheelchair access

The car park, shop and winery are accessible.

Public Transport

Bus: Alverton, 0.25 miles
Station:
Penzance, 1 mile

Opening times

Mon-Sat: 9.30am-4.30pm all year round
Bank Holidays: 9.30am-4.30pm

Closed

Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day

Prices

Adults: £5
Children: n/a minimum age 18

Get in Touch

Tel: 01736 333946
Email:
cheers@polgoon.co.uk
www.polgoon.co.uk

Facebook: Polgoon Winery

Polgoon Vineyard
Rosehill
Penzance
Cornwall
TR20 8TE
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Based in Penzance, Cornwall, in the South West of England Polgoon has been an award-winning winery for several years, after John and Kim Coulson, Polgoon’s owners - previously fish merchants supplying Marks & Spencers from their business based at Newlyn Fishing port – developed the vineyard from a derelict farm and outbuildings six years ago.

Thanks to some orchards that sit at the bottom of the vines, it has also forged ahead with cider and juice production, so that their product range boasts classic rosé, white and red wines, Sparkling Aval (Cornish for apple) Elderflower Fizz and sparkling fruit cider drinks.

Silverware

  • PolgoonCornwall Life Magazine Best Drinks Producer 2008 & 2010
  • Rosé – Gold, Taste of the West Awards 2007 & 2010
  • Raspberry Aval – Gold, Taste of the West 2009
  • Polgoon Peren – Silver, Taste of the West 2009

Annual Events

  • Wassail – January
  • English Wine Week – May/June

Eco-friendly initiatives

  • Use of lighter bottles
  • Sprays kept to a minimum

Community

Polgoon Vineyard & Orchard supports local charities, including Little Harbour

Fuller review following visit