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An English Red wine made from a blend of Rondo and Pinot Noir.
A dry English white wine, produced in East Yorkshire.
A dry English Rose from East Yorkshire.
A medium dry English white wine, produced in East Yorkshire.
Named after Alice Maltby, one of the three owners of Little Wold. A limited release.
Produced within a short distance from House of Townend, this Little Wolds Vineyard's Barley Hill White is one to be tried. The first white was named "Barley Hill" after the crop that once was gro...
A wine that reflects the chalk soils on which the vines are grown.
The newest addition to the range and a wine that reminds us of the spectacular views on our farm
The vineyard is situated on the chalky hills of the Yorkshire Wolds and poppies would naturally grow on the land if left untreated. Although a weed, their striking red flowers would bring a touch o...
The name dates back to the early 1800s and is one of the many unusual field names we have on the farm
Tom’s Cuvee is a limited release named after one of Little Wold’s owners, Tom Wilson
This is an En Primeur Wine, which is currently lying at the Chateau/Domaine and is not available for immediate delivery.
Price is exclusive of VAT, Duty and Delivery. Duty and VAT must be paid separately before delivery can take place.
Wines can only be purchased by the unmixed case and are usually delivered two years after the vintage. Storage charges may apply.