About the vineyard


Forty Hall Vineyard is an exciting social enterprise which has established a 10 acre community vineyard in Enfield, north London.  Largely looked after by local volunteers, the vineyard is the first commercial scale vineyard in London since the middle ages, producing English still and sparkling wines. 

Situated on Capel Manor College's Forty Hall Farm, we are certified organic and dedicated to demonstrating environmentally sustainable farming and vine-growing practices.


 Forty Hall Farm is a 170-acre organic, mixed farm and local food hub. The farm has a variety of animals, including rare breeds, and also holds a thriving community orchard, a forest garden and a new market garden. The farm’s meat, vegetables and fruit are sold to shops and restaurants across London and at the monthly farmers' market.

We contribute to the farm's aims of bringing together people from Enfield and across London to get involved in the growing, cooking and eating of local food.

Forty Hall Farm is managed by Capel Manor College which has generously allowed the vineyard use of its land and is a key project partner.  Find out more about the farm here.  

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