Described as ‘dry but fruity’, the second wine from Copdock Hall Vineyard has been bottled and is ready for drinking.


Blended by Shawsgate Vineyard in Framlingham, our second rose is a mixture of white grapes (solaris) and red (rondo) and is the perfect accompaniment for fish, pasta and salads…or drinking on its own!

The alcohol content is a manageable 11%, it’s a screwcap with the impressive label designs drawn up by Diane. Each bottle retails at £10 and can be bought at the premises or sent in the post, incurring a small charge. Payment can be made via BACS or cash. Contact us on vineyard@copdockhall.com

Copdock Hall Vineyard was planted in 2013, by owners Ian and Diane Evans, in a field next to the Tudor barn and parish church of St Peter’s. The latest crop was harvested in October 2016 with the help of some volunteers and the grapes rushed to Shawsgate where winemaker Rob Capp got to work.

Thanks to him and family and friends who helped along the way. Cheers!