Ovens Farm Vineyard is located in the village of Harrington which nestles in the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), the heart of Tennyson Country. 

Our vines are planted on a south facing slope and protected from the cold northerly winds by a ridgeline and bank of trees (Ovens Plantation). This creates a microclimate which we feel greatly benefits our vines. It is said locally that Ovens Farm was indeed named due to tendency to be just a little warmer than the surrounding area. 

Our soils vary across the site with sandy loams at the top of the vineyard running into heavier clay soils at the bottom of the hill. Our sub soils run from chalk and limestone in some areas through to ironstone in others. Each of these elements bring something different to the wines we produce. 

Our first vines were planted in the spring of 2015 with a small harvest taken in 2017. From this harvest we created our first wines, which are proving popular and have already won awards. We hope the 2018 will be better still, this will be bottled next spring and we anticipate it being ready for sale around June 2019 

All of our wine is produced on site. The winery started life as a traditional farm building built to store produce. It has been renovated and now contains a range of stainless steel wine tanks in which our wines are fermented.

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