A TRADITION OF HANDCRAFTED WINES
Our philosophy at Bothy Vineyard is to produce the highest quality wines from grapes cultivated in as environmentally-friendly a way as possible. We continue an ancient tradition of wine making in the Vale of the White Horse, Oxfordshire. The local micro-climate, warm sandy soils, long ripening season and mature vines produce wines of consistent depth and quality which have won many awards.
Visit us to experience the freshness and character of English wine at its best.
Sian and Richard Liwicki
"We are admired the world over for our knowledge of imported wines: it is high time we got to know our own better" Jancis Robinson
Getting Hold of our Wines
We welcome sales by appointment - please ring 01865 390067 to arrange a purchase.
Doctor's Bacchus 2017 Wins Regional Trophies
Bothy won Best White Wine and overall Best Wine in the regional competition with its 2017 Doctor’s Bacchus. Richard and Sian Liwicki pictured here with judge Yannick Joseph in front of Sculpture in the Vineyard 2018.
Booking tours for 2019
The season for tours is from May through to September. Tours can be booked for groups of 12 - 30 at £10 per head. Ample parking and there is disabled access to the winery and shop. Smaller groups may apply to join existing tours where dates have already been arranged. Tours are also available at 2 pm on the last Saturday of each month - please check with us.
Please ring 01865 390067 to discuss details or book or e-mail
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Sculpture in the Vineyard 2018
Watch our video: harvesting from above
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Corks, corks and more corks
Events & News We are seeking help from Local Businesses to gather more corks for a good cause. For every natural cork recycled through Bothy Vineyard, over 1p will go towards protecting local wildlife. If you can help, then please send your corks to us or drop them off at the Marcham Shop. More info here.