The 37 acres of productive arable land suitable for viticulture lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Barham is a well-sheltered village in a valley setting, lying at the heart of a region that is well known for its early vegetable and fruit production.
The land comprises one productive arable field dissected by a public bridleway and is currently used for conventional combinable crop production. The land is also considered suitable for viticulture due to its location, aspect and free draining loamy-chalk soil type.
Experts think that the land is ideal for establishing long term cropping vines such as Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Meu-nier for the production of high quality bottle fermented sparkling wine.
Barham, Kent £475,000 37 acres
Nigel Porter 01227 473 711 Canterbury office