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Stanlake Park Wine Estate is the biggest vineyard open to the public in the Englishmarker county of Berkshire. It is situated near to Twyfordmarker, on the borders with Hurstmarker and Ruscombemarker.

Vineyard and winery

The vineyard has some 30,000 vines on and around a dozen different varieties of wine are made, as well as two liqueurs. The winery also makes wine for many other English vineyards and during a high yield year, the estate processes between 150 and 200 tons of grapes. It was originally known as Thames Valley Vineyards and was first planted in 1979.

Country house

Stanlake Park is a 17th century country house at the centre of the estate. It is the manor house of Hinton Pipard. It was built by the Aldworth family, who lived there before becoming Barons Braybrooke and moving to Billingbear Housemarker. They fought gallantly for the King during the English Civil War and, in 1646, Richard Aldworth founded Reading Blue Coat Schoolmarker.

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