Newent Village and Wine at Three Choirs Vineyards
At the beginning of June, I visited Newent and Three Choirs Vineyard. Three Choirs Vineyard is set in beautiful rolling hills near Gloucester and the village of Newent. As I visited early in June, the vines were green and covered with leaves and trained to fit along the wood railings, but the actual grapes were yet to form or blossom. I enjoyed the wine produced at this vineyard. (For information about the vineyard, visit: http://www.three-choirs-vineyards.co.uk/.)
After having a tour and tasting of wine, I drove through the market town of Newent. The village of Newent is a typical village in this area (the Cotswolds). The village contains a timer-framed market house on stilts, and the square was decorated for the Diamond Jubilee. I took several photographs of the bunting at Newent and of the timber-framed market building.
Vineyards at Three Choirs Vineyard.
Newent's timber-framed market building.
Timber-framed buildings in Newent contain red, white, and blue bunting for the Diamond Jubilee.
Bunting in Newent
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