Sharpham Tenants & Tenancies
Sharpham Wine & Cheese
Situated on the banks of the River Dart near Totnes in South Devon, Sharpham Wine & Cheese's vineyards, creamery and dairy farm have been producing wines and unpasteurised cheeses for over 30 years to local, national and international acclaim.
By producing their own Red Tractor assured Jersey cows' milk on the farm from its closed herd of 65 Jersey cows, about 70 tonnes of cheese a year are handmade in the purpose-built cheese dairy.
The 10-acre vineyard lies between 12m and 25m above sea-level on south-facing, well drained slopes – perfect for growing a range of carefully selected cool-climate grape varieties, from which 70,000 bottles of wine are made each year. New World and traditional winemaking techniques are used.
Both the wine and cheese is made from start to finish at Sharpham, giving a flavour that reflects its unique position in the South Hams area of Devon. In the Regional and National competitions, Sharpham Wines have won trophies every year since 1992 and also never failed to win an international award every time the wines have been entered.
At the 2010 International Wine Challenge - the world’s most prestigious and influential independent wine competition - Sharpham’s Estate Selection won the UK’s best still wine.
Anchorstone at Sharpham Vineyard
The cafe at Sharpham Vineyard is under new management from the team from the famed Anchorstone Cafe at Dittisham.
Anchorstone at Sharpham Vineyard is open for lunches with a fantastic local menu including seafood and Sharpham wines.
For enquiries, or to reserve a table, please call 01803 732178 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Find more information here: www.sharpham.com/cafe
Robert Owen Communities
Lower Sharpham Barton Farm is leased to Ambios Ltd, a not-for-profit organisation involved in nature conservation training. ROC is a charity that provides working opportunities for adults with learning disabilities and runs a day service from Lower Sharpham Barton Farm in partnership with Ambios. It is also run on biodynamic principles.
ROC aims to equip each person with the skills, knowledge and attitudes that will enable them to lead a full, purposeful and satisfying life, and to contribute to the quality of life of others.
People with a learning disability are encouraged to learn skills and confidence through engagement and challenge. ROC offers individualised programmes of learning as the basis for achieving certificated vocational skills and supporting independence.
The Trust joined with its tenant Ambios and The Robert Owen Communities to provide an exciting Sharpham Outdoors Project at Lower Sharpham Barton Farm. A learning and engagement centre is being developed for a wide community of learners and to provide a home for the wide range of environmental education activities that Sharpham Outdoors has become accustomed to delivering.