Our main sales outlet is our on-site Winery Shop.
Thursday to Saturday
9:30 - 17:00
Other days by appointment
From 2014 we offer a choice of tours:
GRAND 'Vine to Wine' TOUR
Tours are available April to September. Please see our Guided Tours page for details and how to book. Also see the Events News opposite for forthcoming dates which are already scheduled.
For Group Tours (10 - 30 people) please
see our Tours Information Sheet.
Tutored Wine Tasting:
This is a group activity (6 - 15 people) which we offer. Please contact us if interested, or for more information see our Tasting Information Sheet.
Wedding Wines Offer:
We can supply sparkling and still wines.
See our Weddings Information Sheet.
You can also order 24/7 via our Online Shop.
Our sparkling wines are now internationally recognised and we have won awards every year in the UK vineyards competition. We also make a small range of still wines. Our vines and styles of wine are carefully chosen to suit the climate and for the production of quality English wines.
English Sparkling Wine
Our sparkling wines are made using the traditional method, as used in Champagne wineries, with a second fermentation in the bottle. After ageing on the lees, they are then hand riddled and disgorged. We are one of only a few wineries who do this manually and every stage is carried out by us on-site.
Please see the Online Shop page for details of our range.
Award Winning Tours
Our guided tours, with wine tasting, have won acclaim from Visit Devon and TripAdvisor. From 2014 we are offering a choice of Winery Tours and Vineyard Tours. See our Guided Tours page for more details. We welcome both individuals and groups. Why not come and find out for yourself the story behind every bottle of Eastcott Wine?
Our beautiful 6 acre vineyard lies in central West Devon, nestling in a delightful vale, a few miles from Okehampton. From the top of the vineyard the highest point of Dartmoor National Park is just visible behind Heath Moor ridge, which gives all important shelter to the local area. Because the grapes are grown in this country, we can call our wine English, as distinct from British.