Hurst Parish Council is delighted to have Stanlake Park Wine Estate sponsor and support the Hurst village platinum Jubilee celebrations over the extended bank holiday 2nd – 5th June 2022.

Stanlake Park is one of the oldest wine producers in England. Every year our 40-year-old vines give us quality, well-ripened grapes that our Italian winemaker then expertly processes to produce a wide range of wines, using a modern, international approach.
Our heritage estate and stunning grounds are visited by thousands of guests every year. All of them have the opportunity to learn about the challenges of grape growing in England and discover the process of winemaking, from the grape to the bottle.

Settled in 150 acres of peaceful English countryside, Stanlake Park is an impressive historical estate in the Royal County of Berkshire. Built for the first time in 1166, its charming main barn houses one of the oldest and largest wineries in the area, and is able to process 70 tonnes of grapes.
Nico Centonze, Stanlake Park’s skilful Italian winemaker, personally takes care of our 10 acres of vineyards and produces a wide range of wines, including white, rosé, red and English sparkling, using our own grapes.
Customers are welcome to visit our Wine & Gift Shop, as well as to enjoy a glass of wine with some nibbles in our charming Wine Bar and Garden. Tours and Tastings are organised all year round.

Stanlake Park Wine Estate is open Tuesday to Sunday 10-6 pm, Friday & Saturday 10-8 pm, so why not pop into the wine bar, say hello and enjoy some amazing local wine.

Stanlake Park Wine Estate is currently managed by Nico Centonze and Natalia Pezzone. Read their fascinating story here .