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Our Vineyard.

The vineyard at Tyringham hall is overlooked by a stunning Grade I listed English stately home. The Neo-classical villa designed for William Praed, chairman of Grand junction canal company and partner in the bank Praed & Co, was built by John Soane in 1792.

The Vineyard, lying in the walled garden was planted in 2008, currently, the vines are 50% Chardonnay, 45% Pinot Noir and 5% Pinot Meunier. The first harvest of these vines in 2012 produced a lovely light sparkling wine and with each passing year, the vines produce an even more impressive grape.

English wine production started in the 1970s as it was realised that the soil and geology of the land are well suited to produce outstanding vines. There are nearly 500 vineyards in England as English wine grows in popularity, we hope you enjoy Tyringham Halls’s exquisite offering…

2013 Collection

Out Now

Tyringham Hall’s 2013 collection of English Sparkling White Wine is out now.
Starting from £28.95.

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The history behind Tyringham Hall.

The architect who built Tyringham Sir John Soane once proclaimed that his time at Tyringham was ‘six of the happiest years of my life’. It is easy to see why he thought that the peace of this stunning Georgian house, surrounded by lush green Buckinghamshire countryside is a haven of tranquillity. The estate has the river Great Ouse winding its way around its borders, the Tyringham bridge also built by Soane as part of the original estate goes over the magnificent river.

In the 1920’s Frederick Konig, commissioned another of England’s greatest architects Sir Edwin Lutyens to construct a huge outdoor swimming pool and two impressive pavilions along with extensive landscaping. Lutyens built two classical pavilions of limestone and Portland stone, one was used as a bathing pavilion for the outdoor pool and the other as a temple of music.