(New label colour - same wine)

Last remaining bottles


This vintage of Madeleine Angevine has been entirely made and bottled on-site in our very own winery.


Planted in 1979, our Madeleine Angevine produces floral, delicate wines that are delicious with food.

With notes of lemon peel, fresh white flowers and young white peach, this wine is delightful with salmon, crab, and other light dishes.


Madeleine Angevine is almost exclusively found in the UK. Related to Gewurtztraminer, this early ripening variety is perfect for those who enjoy a delicate dry wine.


For those who enjoy: 

  • Crisp dry wines
  • Floral wines


Our winemaking ethos

As of 2018, all of our wines are made right here on site by our family (with the help of consultant Simon Day). The grapes travel approximately 250m from the vineyard to the winery.


Our winemaking ethos is to produces characterful wines that represent the grape variety, the vintage, and our boutique size. We aim to make as few interventions as possible - never deacidifying, fining, and only filtering when needed. We also aim to reduce our sulphur usage as much as possible.


Served at:

Craft Dining Room (Birmingham)

Madeleine Angevine 2018


    Style: Delicate and floral. Dry

    Aromas & Flavours: Lemon peel, Blossom, White peach

    Acidity: Medium high

    Service: Chilled

    Occasion: Pair with smoked salmon, crab & sea food

    Grapes:  95% Madeleine Angevine, 5% Siegerrebe



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Astley Vineyard,

Hampstall Lane,

Stourport on Severn,


DY13 0RU

Copyright Astley Vineyard 2019

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Astley Vineyard's new shop and winery were partly funded by the LEADER programme,  administered by Worcestershire County Council, and part of The European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development:

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