Lavenham Brook

Lavenham Brook are the proud owners of 220 acres of rolling Suffolk country, producing higher-welfare beef from our award-winning herd of Suffolk-native Red Poll cows, pure apple juice from rare English heritage varieties, and wines from grapes that are perfectly suited to the local climate and terroir.

Lavenham Brook Wines

Our vineyard occupies a south-facing, chalk slope above the River Brett. We prune and harvest our 10,000 vines of Bacchus and Pinot Noir by hand for the best quality, and they are then pressed, fermented and bottled by the award-winning New Hall Vineyard in Purleigh, Essex.

We currently produce a white Bacchus, Pinot Noir Rosé and our English Sparkling Brut. Later this year, our customers will be able to purchase our very first red wine, produced with our 2018 Pinot Noir grapes which saw an unprecedented amount of sunshine.

We already have a number of prestigious awards under our belt, including the 2013 Waitrose Trophy. Last year we received a Gold Award from the internationally-acclaimed 2019 Sommelier Wine Awards for our 2017 Bacchus.

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Red Poll Beef

The Red Poll is a traditional Suffolk breed, first developed by crossing the Norfolk Red with the Suffolk Dun in the early nineteenth Century.

At Lavenham Brook, animal welfare and maintenance of a top-quality herd are our top priorities. The animals are grazed throughout the summer months on the grass meadows. We believe this enhances the flavour and taste of our beef.

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Latest News!

Our Pinot Noir 2018 is now available to purchase.

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