Birthday celebrations

A Shropshire vineyard celebrated its first birthday with
an exclusive menu relaunch and party as it continues to
build on its success. Hencote Estate opened The View
Restaurant and Bar in November 2018 and has since
become one of Shropshire’s most premier destinations.

Owner Andy Stevens said, “Since founding Hencote
the goal of our family has evolved from producing the
best wine Shropshire can offer to encompass the very
best of English hospitality. We strive to create authentic
wine of the highest quality that reflects our locality and
provenance in the Shropshire Hills.”

The vineyard has grown from 160 vines planted in 2009
to 23,000 vines and has produced their first range of
wines grown and bottled entirely on the estate. As
well as the restaurant, the estate offers vineyard tours
and wine-tasting experiences and has luxury glamping
accommodation on site.

Hencote’s Mark Stevens at a recent wine launch

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