Titchfield Vineyard is ideally placed in a sheltered location close to the warm waters of The Solent in the heart of the historic Elizabethan village of Titchfield.
The first vines were planted in 1991 and produced the first vintage in 1996. The vine varieties were chosen for their ability to ripen with good sugar levels in the Southern English climate. All Titchfield wines are produced from grapes grown, vinefied and bottled on the estate. The Maritime Climate is perfect for Pinot Noir, producing a smooth, medium bodied, ripe cherry fruit and silky tannins.
VINEYARD News - APRIL 2013
2012 season was the worst for Titchfield Vineyard since it was planted in 1992. The result being there will be no Pinot Noir vintage 2012. This most popular wine is usually sold out before the next vintage is available. However in 2011 more vines were planted and we hope to be able to satisfy all our customers in the near future.
Titchfield Wines won Further Success this year
Our Bacchus was awarded Bronze; Regional award of Bronze to a new vine - Carnival Medium Dry, whilst the 2010 Pinot reached Quality Wine Standard for Tasting.
Vineyard News - April 2012
Extra Pinot Noir vines now been planted to cover demand of this smooth medium bodied wine.
Now available NEW FOR 2012 our own Titchfield Jubilee Wine, in white or red.
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WE'VE JUST WON SOME AWARDS
TITCHFIELD PINOT NOIR - BERNARD THEOBALD TROPHY - BEST RED WINE IN THE UK 2011 (UK VINEYARDS ASSOCIATION)
TITCHFIELD BACCHUS - BRONZE MEDAL 2011 (UK VINEYARDS ASSOCIATION)
www.ukva.org.uk - RESULTS 2011