The Trevibban Constantine is a deliciously full bodied white wine which has spent time ageing in French oak.
On the nose is brown butter, acacia flowers and sweet spice. This leads to an enticing palate of melon, brioche and cream.
Trevibban Mill is a family-run working vineyard, winery and events venue a stone’s throw from the picturesque harbour town, Padstow. Historically, the land was home of a miller and his family. However, the land is now the home to vines, apple trees and native English Southdown sheep.
Engin & Liz Mumcuoglu, established the Vineyard in 2008 on a working arable farm with the vision to produce high quality sparkling & still wine on the coast of Cornwall. Everything from wine and cider making to bottling, disgorging and labelling are done on site which gives greater control over quality.
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About the vineyard
Tucked away down a campion-lined Cornish lane, Trevibban Mill is a working vineyard, winery and events venue a stone’s throw from picturesque harbour town, Padstow.
Historically the home of a miller and his family, the land is now covered in vines and apple trees.
At the centre of the vineyard is a striking contemporary building which houses the winery and cellar, an unpretentious yet stylish tasting room/bar and a huge event space, the ‘Upper Deck’, which can be hired for weddings and private events.
From the terrace you can enjoy magnificent views of St Issey Valley and soak up the scents and sounds of our wild flower garden – all while sipping on estate made, award winning wines.
Four types of vine are grown at Trevibban Mill, two black and two white.
The vines are mainly German varieties that do well in our climate and soil type.
Harvest is September – October most years and a range of wines from still white, rosé and red to white and pink sparkling wines are produced – so there is something for everyone’s taste.
Trevibban offer guided tours of the vineyard including the Grand Walking Tour where you’ll be guided around the vineyard, orchard and lakeside learning about viticulture and grape growing in England.
The tour finishes in the winery where you will learn exactly how the wine and cider is made.
Afterwards you’ll taste 7 Trevibban wines and a light lunch at the Vineyard while enjoying beautiful views across the valley.
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