The Tillingham vineyard sits on a picturesque 70 acres of rolling hills and lush woodlands in East Sussex, dating all the way back to the 14th century.
Behind the pretty view, is honest work cultivating the vineyard. Tillingham champions regenerative farming joined with biodynamic practices. And in the cellar, it’s low intervention all the way for winemaker Ben Walgate, met with a playful approach as he experiments with different types of fermentation and aging vessels (including the Georgian qvevri)!
Tillingham is blazing trails for natural winemaking in the UK, and happens to be the first in the area on the Raisin map 🇬🇧