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Following the success of the first Regenerative Viticulture Workshop held at Penn Croft in September 2022, a second event has been organised for May this year.

The day will comprise, talks, vineyard walks, presentations and machinery demonstrations designed to inform and inspire attendees interested in and/or practicing RV, led and hosted by experts of the Regenerative movement.

May’s event is still in its programming stage with further information of speakers and demonstrations to be released in March.

Student rates are available for the following institutes: Plumpton, WSET or MW. Those purchasing student rate tickets will need to provide a valid student ID upon arrival.

Regenerative Viticulture Workshop - Weds 31st May

This event is limited to 50 places on a first come first served basis. Should the event sell out, please contact to be put on the wait list.

Tea/coffee and a light lunch is provided. If you have any dietary requirements, please include them during the booking process.

"Made at contract winery Itasca by Ben Smith, who was responsible for making my highest scoring English wine of all time (2018 Oxney Chardonnay), I have no problem declaring that this is the UK’s finest Pinot Blanc to date.

The fruit comes from the Missing Gate Vineyard in Essex, where it was hand-picked and whole bunch pressed into third fill Burgundy barrels. I was lucky enough to taste a bottle late last year, and it is as lively and energetic as any white wine you will taste.

A low sulphur regime and minimal fining have left the beautiful fruit to romance your senses. This is a truly brilliant wine with sensational depth, complexity and length. It is not slippery and smooth like an Alsatian PB, but grainy, combative and textural like an epic Chablis. It is nothing short of stunning, and it is certainly the epitome of brave winemaking."