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Pant Du Vineyard | Orchard


Pant Du Vineyard and Orchard is situated on the stunning slopes of the Nantlle Valley, Snowdonia, North Wales.

The vineyard and orchard has been planted on the south facing glacial slopes of the valley, at the foothills of Snowdon.

Pant Du is a family run business with a café, shop on site. Spectacular views of the magnificent Snowdonia mountain range can be seen to the North East, and panoramic views of the sea to the West, Pant Du is an idyllic location to enjoy the spectacular natural beauty Snowdonia has to offer.

Since producing the first bottle of wine in 2010 the company has established a reputable name for themselves in producing award winning wines, and high quality cider and apple juice.

The company’s latest venture is premium still and sparkling bottled water. The project arose back in January 2013 following the discovery of spring water under the land at Pant Du.

Visiting Pant Du Vineyard and Orchard is a great experience for the family, for local and tourist visitors alike, as pd is the first commercial Vineyard in Gwynedd. Or why not organise a group visit to Pant Du, and take a guided educational tour around the vineyard and orchard.

Come and visit us and see our vines and orchard for yourself in this scenic part of North Wales. Why not relax and have a glass of Pant Du cider or a glass of our very own wine in the tranquillity of the vineyard, or try our specially selected wines from across the world while taking in the scenic view around you.


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Pant Du
Ffordd Y Sir, Penygroes, Caernarfon,
Gwynedd, LL54 6HE
T: (01286) 880806 / 881819
E: post@pantdu.co.uk



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April 1st - October 31st 10:30 to 16:30

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Pant Du - Poem

Not so far from my house,
A paradise all its own
Among the hills of slate.
At once
Stylish and simple,
Urbane and homely,
Happy as its own
Wines and apples,
And kind as Wales
Itself.

Jan Morris

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