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Denbies Wine Estate

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Denbies Wine Estate
London Road
Telephone (01306) 734651
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Denbies Wine Estate, England's largest single estate vineyard

Denbies Wine Estate, England’s largest vineyard is situated on the outskirts of Dorking in the heart of the Surrey Hills. The vineyard was planted in 1986, with 265 acres of vines, and commands an impressive location overlooking Box Hill, the pinnacle of the 2012 Olympic Cycling Road Race.
Approaching the expansive Denbies Estate, for a moment, one could really be anywhere in the world, acres and acres of vineyard rolling into the distant hills, a captivating sight – in the middle of Surrey. Denbies is open daily to the public and the chateau style winery hosts two restaurants, wine and gift shop, art gallery, exhibition and conference rooms.
Indoor Wine Experience and Outdoor Vineyard Tours
Denbies runs indoor classic wine tasting tours and outdoor vineyard tours daily together with a wide range of seasonal events, visit the website for additional information. There is also a charming Farmhouse Bed and Breakfast with seven en-suite bedrooms adjacent to the winery.
– NEW FOR 2016 –
Denbies are pleased to launch its’ brand new audio visual projection cinema
‘The Vineyard through the seasons’
Denbies feature style film has been over a year in the making, a fascinating insight into the workings of the vineyard and English wine production, set to a brand new sound track commissioned to accompany the film for Denbies.
The new cinema experience will be available from end March 2016.

Denbies was the 2016 Gatwick Diamond Business of the Year and 2016 Gatwick Diamond Green Business of the Year

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By Car

From M25 exit at Junction 9 then follow A24 south towards Dorking. At Denbies roundabout take the third exit onto Bradley Lane and follow road up to Denbies main building. (10 minutes from J9).
From A24 north bound at Denbies roundabout take first exit onto Bradley Lane and follow road up to Denbies main building.
From London follow A3 and exit for Dorking onto A24. (45 minutes from London).
From Guildford (20 minutes).
From Horsham (20 minutes).
From Reading (60 minutes).
From Gatwick (25 minutes).
From Heathrow (40 minutes).

By Train

Train to and from London throughout the day (15 minutes’ walk from Dorking Station to Denbies).
Direct from London Waterloo (50 minutes)
Direct from London Victoria (60 minutes)
Direct from Gatwick Airport (Dorking Deepdene – 22 minutes)

By Bus

465 bus, at least once per hour, five days a week. Click here for more information on travelling by bus throughout the Dorking area.
Summer Sunday Rambler Bus 765 Route Map
Summer Sunday fully accessible 16-seat minibus service linking National Trust and other attractions near Dorking. All journeys serve Dorking main station which has 3 trains per hour to/from the London area.
Click here for more information.

By Bike

From London to Denbies Wine Estate (2 hours 30 minutes)
Olympic Cycle Route (250 kilometres, including nine laps of a 15.5km circuit of Box Hill).

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