The little village of Priors Dean lies in the Gilbert White country of East Hampshire between the parishes of Selborne and Hawkley. Little changed for hundreds of years, it consists of just a Saxon Church, Manor House, Pub, and a few outlying farms.
The vineyard is situated on the eastern side of the parish, off Buttons Lane, an ancient byway, (unsuitable for motors). It overlooks the Hangers Way long distance footpath, and has a magnificent view over three counties.
Visitors are welcome to see the vines by appointment throughout the year, but access is only on foot via a steep rough track so it is necessary to be fit and active!
The vineyard is ideally suited as an objective for a country walk, and a small picnic site is available by arrangement.