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Burnt House is a family-run vineyard located in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. We are passionate about producing exceptional wines that reflect the unique terroir of the vineyard. With years of experience in farming and a deep respect for the land, the family is committed to sustainable agricultural practices that ensure the ongoing health and vitality of the vines. 

At Burnt House, visitors can expect to experience the perfect blend of tradition, innovation, and a true love for the art of winemaking.

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Nestled on a south-facing slope, our family-run vineyard is a hidden gem in the heart of Suffolk. Specialising in Chardonnay, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Noir, and Bacchus grapes, we are committed to producing exceptional still and sparkling wines that showcase the unique terroir of our vineyard. 


The combination of the land and carefully tended vines, results in wines that are as unique as they are unforgettable.

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Founded in 1925, our business has a rich history of farming within the family, with each generation taking the reins of the land and passing it down. Originally consisting of 12 acres of pastureland and arable crops, the farm has undergone changes throughout the years. 

Now, the next generation run the farm, which has since expanded and operates in the surrounding Combs area. Wanting to continue the family's legacy of agriculture, they established Burnt House vineyard on the land where it all started.

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Our farm is a family-run business dedicated to sustainable agriculture practices and producing high-quality crops. Our commitment to sustainable practices is evident in the changes we've made over the past five years. Our direct drilling system has replaced the reliance on the plough and heavy cultivation, reducing soil disturbance.


We have invested in the latest drilling technology that enables us to drill cover crops directly after harvest, which helps manage soil fertility, quality and control weeds. Additionally, to promote biodiversity, we've introduced wildlife margins, winter bird food areas, and nectar flower mix areas.

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