Second only to our love of fine wine, is our love of fine art

Our tasting room (housed in our newly renovated cow barn) is used as both a teaching space for art and wine courses and a gallery for local artists, exhibitions, demonstrations and other creative or cultural events.

In addition, our Tasting Room/Gallery and Barn are available for private hire - contact us for details. Ample parking in our farmyard.

For details, see 'What's on' below.
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What's on

Christmas Art Fair at the Vineyard Gallery

Open every Saturday from 16 Nov to 21 Dec 2019, inclusive.
Opening times: Sat 16 Nov 2019: Private viewing by invitation 11am to 1pm, then open to all from 1pm to 5.30pm. On other Saturdays, open 10.30 to 5.30.

Coming up with inspiration for Christmas gifts is never easy. So, this year, avoid crowded department stores and visit our Christmas Art Fair.

You’ll find an affordable range of paintings, sculpture, pottery and photographs as well as book art, by talented local artists.

Plus, while browsing you can enjoy a free tasting of our delicious still and sparkling wines!

We look forward to seeing you!

SEPT/OCT: Velvet landscapes – Studies of the Kent coast, oil paintings by local artist Sophie Bedingham Smith.
JULY: Botanical Art, by local artists from The Botanical Art Group and the associated Bedgebury Pinetum Florilegium Society.
MAY: Venice in oil and watercolour, by Liam Thompson.
MARCH: Exhibition of Paintings, by six local artists.

DECEMBER: Christmas Art Fair: Paintings and Pottery.
AUGUST: Canterbury Art Society, Members' Exhibition.

We have a close association with the Canterbury Society of Art, who opened our gallery with a private viewing and exhibition of members' work.

We also hosted the Society’s 50th Anniversary Lunch in our 400 year old Kent Barn, originally a threshing barn.


Untitled Landscape by Sophie Bedingham Smith
A painting at our Christmas Art Fair


wildflowers grow under the vines
Hosting the 50th anniversary of the Canterbury Society of Art