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Foraging Vintners - Craft Winery

Type:Tasting Experience

Foraging Vintners - Craft Winery

About

Using home-grown produce and eco-friendly methods to make their own sparkling wines, Foraging Vintner’s is a new craft winery offering wine tours and tastings for groups of between 4 to 25 people.  Learn how Rhunessa, the winery's popular Rhubarb sparkling wine, is made in the methode traditionnelle and pick up a bottle to take home with you.

Look out for our large pink doors and enjoy a tipple in their boutique style Parlour Bar or outside terrace, which also boasts stunning coastal views.

Facilities

Provider Facilities

  • Dogs Accepted
  • Toilets

Provider Features

  • Indoor Attraction

Tours and Demonstrations

  • Guided Tours Available for Groups
  • Guided Tours Available for Individuals
The Old Coal Shed, The Breakwater, Port Erin, IM9 6JA

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Awards

  • AccoladesUNESCO Biosphere Partner UNESCO Biosphere Partner 2018

Opening Times

* Winter Hours: Thursday - Friday: 4pm to Late & Saturday- Sunday: Noon to Late
Summer Hours: Monday through Sunday Noon to Late

Map & Directions

Road Directions

From Douglas take the Castletown Road south to Castletown turning right at the roundabout before reaching Castletown onto the Gansey Road. Take the right hand turn at Gnasey onto Port Erin and follow signs to the beach. Foraging Vinter's is located at the far south end of Port Erin Bay. Look out for steps leading to bright pink doors.

Public Transport Directions

By Bus: Services to Port Erin

By Train: Steam Train to Port Erin and 7 minutes on foot

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