Our bespoke private Wine Tours of Kent are popular with groups of ladies and hen parties looking to experience a fun day out with a difference. We collect guests from their preferred location, transporting you through the Kent countryside to 3 award winning vineyards. Learn about English wine amongst the picturesque settings, enjoy a traditional country pub lunch, as well as tasting a range of still and sparkling wines at each stop. We organise the whole day for you so you do not have to worry, you can sit back, enjoy the wine and let us do the driving. Group bookings have their own private minibus and host, and

We are very excited to be joining forces with local vineyard Woodchurch Wine this winter, bringing you a wreath making workshop with a difference. Woodchurch Wine will kick off the events with a wine tasting flight of their sparkling and still wines.

Local florist Alex will then guide you on how to make a beautiful winter wreath for your door or table.

Enjoy a selection of local cheese, biscuits, and mince pies whilst creating your masterpiece.

This month we have been lucky enough to be featured in Inside Kent’s fabulous Food Issue. If you enjoy eating and drinking, it is well worth a read! Wine Tours of Kent transports you to some of Kent’s award winning wineries. Our days are all inclusive, and include guided winery and vineyard tour, tutored wine tastings throughout the day and lunch, so the only thing you will need money for is all of the delicious wine you want to take home with you. Find us in the news pages (Page 153) of Inside Kent here ….

  When to go on a wine & vineyard tour? No matter who you ask, you will always get a different opinion. The reality is, it depends on your own preference. So here’s a guide on what to expect at the vineyards each season… Spring is a good combination as it’s starting to warm up, there will be noticeably fewer people at the wineries compared to the summer months, meaning more time can be spent talking and savouring every sip. In my experience, there is always more chance in spring of getting all the wines you want before they sell out. With the Summer months bringing the crowds, its normally dryer