Our trail starts from the city of Leeds before we head East towards the market town of Beverley and the coast. After exploring the vineyards in this area we head towards North Yorkshire taking the coastal roads or ambling through the Yorkshire Wolds.
Heading back inland across the North Yorkshire Moors we pass the lovely town of Malton before arriving in the historic city of York - an ideal and central location to explore all of the surrounding vineyards and sights.
Leeds is the cultural, financial and commercial heart of the area and is the largest legal and financial centre outside London. In 2018, Leeds embarked on a five-year cultural investment programme, culminating in a year of cultural celebration in 2023 with the city hosting an international cultural festival which will harness the energy, momentum and creativity of the area.
Beverley is a market town in the East Riding of Yorkshire and is known for it's Minster, Beverley Westwood, North Bar (a 15th-century gate) and Beverley Racecourse. Beverley offers a unique shopping experience in a beautiful, charming, and historical setting, perfect for locals and visitors alike. The cobbled streets and charming courtyards contribute to its appeal.
Imagine a city with Roman roots and a Viking past, where ancient walls surround contemporary independent shops and vibrant eateries and there’s a festival for every month of the year.
Perfectly placed half-way between London and Edinburgh and with the glorious Yorkshire Dales, North York Moors and Wolds right on the doorstep, York is unlike any other English city. There’s thirty world-class museums you can explore, the best racecourse in the country and a thriving cultural scene.
A Victorian spa town and rural district that contains the medieval city of Ripon, a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and four charming but very different market towns; Boroughbridge, Knaresborough, Masham and Pateley Bridge.