Producers in Monmouthshire

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Ty Gwyn Cider

Crossways, Newcastle

Ty Gwyn cider is Welsh farm cider made on our farm in the beautiful Monnow Valley where we have been growing cider apples for almost forty years.

Chantler Teas


Chantler Teas offer a wide range of high quality loose leaf and herbal teas from around the world. These include well known and occasional rare varieties of teas, such as oolong and white for the discerning tea drinker.

Ancre Hill Vineyard


Our inspiration is to make a world class Quality Sparkling Wine, in the traditional Champenoise method, with its own unique terroir.

Wernddu Wine & Vineyards


At Wernddu the whole wine-producing process, from growing, to fermenting and bottling is carried out by the Strawford's at their vineyard.

Welsh Farm House Apple Juice

Llangenny Lane, Crickhowell

John and Margaret have been making apple juice for the past couple of years.

White Castle Vineyard


Our aim is to produce Quality Welsh Wines

Ty Bryn Cider


Over recent years we have won numoruos awards including silver at the 2009 True Taste Awards and three star Great Taste Awards

Sugarloaf Vineyard


This unique location is vital to the growing of the vines as its aspect gives the vines the best possible chance of ripening successfully each year.

Kingstone Brewery


At Kingstone Brewery, our passion is real beer.

Three Saints Cider and Perry

Llantrisant, Usk

Jessica uses 100% juice, often from unique Welsh perry pear and cider apple varieties that produces a local, artisan perry or cider with individual characteristics and flavours that are lost in mass produced equivalents.

Parva Farm Vineyard


This award-winning vineyard is on a sunny slope, overlooking Tintern and the beautiful River Wye. It is believed to be the site used by the monks of Tintern Abbey to cultivate vines hundreds of years ago.

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