Yorkshire Heart

True taste of Yorkshire
01423 330716

Pool Lane Nun Monkton York North Yorkshire YO26 8EL

At Yorkshire Heart we are 35 acres of glorious Yorkshire countryside with a 14-acre vineyard growing 14 varieties of vines producing top quality grapes to be made into wine here on site in our own winery. Our newest development is a collaboration with Hooting Owl Distillery to turn our still white wine into the first Yorkshire Brandy. We also have a brewery which produces excellent quality ales in cask, bag-in-boxes, minikegs and bottles.

The family and team are so proud of the vineyard and brewery as it is fast becoming recognised as one of Yorkshire’s finest drink producers and a top visitor attraction.

Welcoming visitors to the vineyard for tours and tastings, meetings, parties, picnics and weddings as well as camping and caravan stays, our knowledgeable team work extremely hard to ensure that everyone who comes along has a fantastic time and we find that our customers thrive from our passion for the beauty that we are so lucky to work in every day.

2017 saw the official opening of ‘The Winehouse’ our visitor centre encompassing a shop, café and tasting area.

Our opening hours will be 10.30am to 5.30pm Wednesday to Sunday

Latimer White

100% solaris grapes makes this wine a light, fresh and fruity wine with floral aromas.

Eleanor Red

Eleanor Red Wine is a black cherry flavour red wine with low tannins, mellow acidity and a long finish from Yorkshire Heart Vineyard.

The pinot noir, cabernet and gamay blend produce this pleasant red English wine.

Sparkling Rosé

Our sparkling rose has a little Pinot Noir added at fermentation which gives a refreshing summer fruit flavours with raspberry & cherry notes and a delicate pink colour.

Our sparkling wines are made in the traditional method of second fermentation in the bottle.

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