Friday 4th – Sunday 13th June 2021

Get ready for events, competitions and more over the coming weeks in anticipation of #WelshWineWeek 2021!

This year's website has just launched and is packed with news and content to help you discover more about the wines and vineyards of Wales

Wales has close to 30 vineyards with many producing top quality wine and several looking forward to their first harvest. Find out more about where these vineyards can be found and in some of the most beautiful parts of Wales …

Discover some of the new vineyards taking part in this year’s Welsh Wine Week who are looking to produce an array of new and flavourful wines in the coming years. The Dell and Sticle Vineyards are some of Wales’s viticultural newcomers with ambitious ideas. Find out more about their stories and future plans.

Puzzling over your Welsh wine food pairings? Check out the website to learn more about Wales’ producers and wines.

Find out more from the Welsh Wine Week website!


Welsh Vineyards Association Competition 2021: Results

Class Vineyard Wine Medal
White White Castle Gwyn Gwin Bronze
Parva Farm Bacchus Bronze
Gwinllan Hebron Treskele White Silver
Llanerch Dry white Bronze
Montgomery Solaris Silver
White Castle Siegerrebe Silver
Llanerch Off dry Bronze
Llanerch Medium sweet Bronze
Rosé White Castle Rose Silver
Parva Farm Bwythyn Bronze
Red Gwinllan Hebron Treskele Red Bronze
Montgomery Pinot Noir Bronze
White Castle Pinot Noir Precoce Bronze
LLanerch Dry red oaked Silver
Parva Farm Ty Coch Silver
White Castle Harry Silver
Montgomery Rondo Bronze
White Castle Regent Bronze
Sparkling White Montgomery Sparkling Dry Silver
Gwinllan Hebron Silver Lining Bronze
Parva Farm Dathwed Bronze
Montgomery Sparkling Demi-Sec Bronze
Sparkling Rose Montgomery Sparkling Blush Bronze
Parva Farm Dathwad Blush Bronze
Montgomery Sparkling Pink Blush Bronze

Class winners are highlighted in green.

Thomas Davies Memorial Cup: White castle Rosé

Best dressed bottle: White Castle 1581

Welsh Open Competition 2021: Results

Class Vineyard Wine Medal
Pant Du Gwin gwyn Bronze
Dropmore Bacchus Bronze
Brightwell Sauvignon Blanc Bronze
Red Wharf Bay Llain Garn Bronze
Dropmore Ortega Bronze
Brightwell Oxford rosé Bronze
Brightwell Pinot Noir Bronze
Pant Du Gwyn Coch Bronze
Brightwell Oxford Regatta Bronze
Red Wharf Bay Rondo Bronze
Red Wharf Bay Crooked Field Bronze
Sparkling White
Llanerch Sparkling White Bronze
Dropmore Brut Bronze

Class winners are highlighted in green.

Open class winner: Llanerch Sparkling White Brut


Rob Ballentyne M.W.
Simon Thorpe M.W.
Simon Awdry

The comment of the judges was that the standard of wines was good, with 35 wines (listed above) receiving an award. They also said that the standard of red wines was exceptionally high. Congratulations are due to Nicola and Robb Merchant for producing the champion wine in the Welsh Wine Competition and to Ryan Davies for the best wine in the Welsh Open Championship. We hope to see wines from all these (and many more if the weather holds up!) next year.