The 16 hectare estate, which is farmed according to biodynamic principles, is situated in the High Weald area of ‘outstanding natural beauty’. It encompasses a three-bedroom cottage, 2.8 hectares of vines, a visitor centre and a woodland nature trail. Sedlescombe was the first English producer to win an international prize for red wine. The vineyard is also home to 45 ‘’dragon’s teeth’, large concrete anti-tank obstacles that were placed on the site at the start of World War II.
Carrying a guide price of £1.95 million, the vineyard is on the market with Sevenoaks based agent Savills Tel: 01732 789700. Pictures courtesy of Savills.