Introducing Our Award Winners

Introducing Our Award Winners

We proudly introduce you to the 2020 WineGB Award winners! We’ve submitted a total of four wines (two still and two sparkling wines) and all of them received an award which is an incredible result.  SILVERSeyval Blanc SparklingPinot Noir Sparkling...
5 Reasons to Drink Rosé Right This Second

5 Reasons to Drink Rosé Right This Second

Did you know that the very first wine ever produced at Polgoon was a Rosé? In 2006, when we first decided to start our Cornish vineyard adventure, we won the Waitrose Trophy for Best Still Rosé in the UK. A lot has changed since then…We’ve added a greater...
When it comes to blending wine…

When it comes to blending wine…

Within our wine profile, we do like to champion single varieties here at Polgoon and we are lucky enough that we can do so. However, we have a couple of blends that we try to do each vintage. We wanted to share with you how we blend wines and the stories behind these...
Introducing The Women At Polgoon

Introducing The Women At Polgoon

To mark International Women’s Day 2020 we thought we’d take the opportunity to introduce you to the women who work here at Polgoon. Kim – Owner Kim planted the first vine at Polgoon in 2004 with her husband John (the winemaker). Fifteen years on, Kim is still running...
How to store your wines.

How to store your wines.

Since we produce our own wine, we thought it was best to write a post about the ideal storage of wine, it’s something that is overlooked on a daily basis but is extremely important in the development of the wine. Whether it is white wine or red wine, at some point...
Cornish Christmas Hampers At Polgoon

Cornish Christmas Hampers At Polgoon

It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas here in the Polgoon Vineyard Shop. We’re busy preparing our delightful range of Cornish Christmas hampers for the festive season. We have our Cornish Christmas hampers online, in store and a hamper station where you can make...
Polgoon Harvest 2019

Polgoon Harvest 2019

After a record breaking bountiful 2018 harvest for not just ourselves but all English vineyards, we were all checking the weather apps dutifully to see what 2019 was going to bring. Last year we roughly doubled our crop, this year I think we’ll pick a good 20 tonnes....