Chartham Vineyard | Things to do
Chartham Vineyard is one of East Kent's newest vineyards situated at Burnt House Farm in Chartham close to the historic City of Canterbury in Kent. It is owned by Dr Roz Waller and her husband Richard Goodenough and managed by their son, Andy Goodenough.
Variety of events and experiences on offer - vineyard tours, tutored wine tasting and more!
We are keen to share our enthusiasm for our vineyard and wines. We welcome pre-booked group tours to explore our main and demonstration vineyards and taste our wines.
We have a Wine Shop in our ancient farmyard, open on Saturdays from 10.30am to 5.30pm. Next to this is our Tasting Room/Gallery where we hold art exhibitions, demonstrations and tutorials - see our Art page.
Chartham Vineyard is ideally placed for anyone visiting Kent’s historic centre. Located just 5 miles outside Canterbury, we offer ample free parking in our farmyard plus very easy connections by train, bus, footpath and cycle path to the City’s three World Heritage Sites.
- What you need to know
- Vineyard tours, including tastings, cost £12.50 a head. Tour parties of between 5 and 15 people welcome. All tours must be booked in advance – please contact us.
- Children are welcome, free of charge.
- Dogs are also welcome, if kept on a lead.
- For those with mobility restrictions, please contact us in advance so we can advise and make necessary arrangements.
- Taste our wines on Saturdays between 10.30 and 5.30, free of charge.
- Our grape harvest takes place towards the end of September-early October, each year.
- To join our small team of volunteer grape pickers, please contact us.
- Towards the end of October we lay on a post-harvest supper in our old Kent Barn at Burnt House Farm, to thank volunteers for their support.
- Opening times
- Wine shop is open on Saturdays from 10.30am to 5.30pm for tastings and sales
- Vineyard tours and tutored tastings: groups by appointment (5-15 people, £12.50 per head).
Burnt House Farm, Chartham, Canterbury, CT4 7HU