Bordeaux views in Kent
Beautiful rivers, incredible historic houses and cathedrals, not to mention some of the country’s finest wines, there’s no need to cross the channel for stunning vineyard vistas.
Wander the winemaking kingdom of Britain, discover some of the country’s oldest castles, and relax on golden sands near bustling seaside towns in Kent.
Renowned for its beauty, and known as the “Garden of England” (and with soil akin to the Champagne region in France) Kent has two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and unique habitat for wildlife. You’ll find over four hundred species of animals, from snow leopards to African Elephants, in the 90-acre Howletts Wildlife Park.
Miles away from the vineyards of Bordeaux, these twin regions share their secrets, from cities brimming with history to near-identical countryside horizons. From sparkling whites to smooth reds, Kent’s grape varieties are some of the most diverse and exciting in Europe, and the team at Biddenden Vineyards are championing the county’s wine industry.
This is your world away, in Kent.