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This 67 hectare English Vineyard is one of the oldest and largest English Wine Producer in the Country and was first established in Essex by the Greenwood family in the village of Purleigh in 1969. The vines grown at New Hall have been planted between 12m to 24m above sea level on well-sheltered southern facing slopes of a shallow valley. Which over the years has proven itself to be an almost ideal climatic site for the growing of vines in England and regularly produces above average crops of high quality grapes with naturally high sugars, normally in excess of 250,000 bottles each year.
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"This Essex vineyard is the largest on this top ten. The 167 acre estate was established in 1969 and produces over 250,000 bottles of wine a year. Visitors can take a stroll on the vineyard trail for no charge but can also join more structured tours starting from around £5. New Hall holds a wine festival each year in September."
Information on New Hall Vineyards , Chelmsford Road , Purleigh , Chelmsford
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