Trevibban Mill is a working vineyard and winery a stone’s throw from the picturesque harbour town of Padstow.
Historically the home of a miller and his family, the land is now covered in vines and apple trees and is certified Organic by the Soil Association.
At the centre of the vineyard is a striking contemporary building which houses a state of the art winery and cellar, an unpretentious yet stylish tasting room/bar and a huge event space, the ‘Upper Deck’, which can be hired for weddings and private events.
From the south facing terrace you can enjoy magnificent views of St Issey Valley and soak up the scents and sounds of the wild flower garden - all while sipping on estate made, award winning wines.
A short walk from the vineyard bar is a private lake and ruins of an 18th century mill, from where the vineyard takes its name. The lake is full of fish and attracts an abundance of wildlife including herons, moorhens, geese and deer. The wild flower garden which is planted every year is full of bees and small birds.
Go on a walking tour of the vineyard and you will get to see all of this for yourself. Children are welcome, as are well behaved dogs – but dogs must be kept on leads as Trevibban Mill has its own flock of Southdown sheep.
Within the vineyard bar and tasting room you will also find a new restaurant, Appleton’s at the Vineyard. Listed in the Michelin Guide 2017, Andy Appleton, former Head Chef at Jamie Oliver’s Fifteen, creates astounding Italian inspired dishes with a Cornish twist and uses only the freshest ingredients – often from the greenhouse and vegetable garden you can see from the restaurant.