Porsche Centre Guildford is delighted to announce their new partnership with the Denbies Wine Estate.
Established in 1986, Denbies Winery is home to the largest vineyard in the UK comprising of 265 acres under vine. Operating internationally, the estate produces some of the finest sparkling and table wines in Europe.
The location of the Surrey hills with their famous chalky soil and the estate's south-facing slopes make for the ideal environment for producing award winning wines, as evidenced by the 33 awards won by Denbies at the 2015 industry drinks awards.
Denbies currently has a range of 15 wines including sparkling, still, red, white and rose varieties and picked up awards at the International Wine Challenge, International Wine & Spirit Competition, Decanter Awards and English and Welsh Wine of the Year Competition in 2016.
As part of the new partnership, a number of exclusive events have been planned for the year. The winery estate will provide a superb destination for our 2016 drive days with scenic tours and wine tasting. Customers will get to experience the latest Cayenne models whilst driving through picturesque areas of the North Downs in Dorking, Surrey.
Adam Flint, Centre Principal of Porsche Centre Guildford, said “We are very excited for our upcoming events at such a wonderful venue. Denbies Wine Estate have one of the best reputations in the country for producing premium quality wine and is one of the main attractions in the South East. The winery will no doubt prove to be a unique and memorable experience for our customers.”
Find out more http://www.denbies.co.uk/
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