History of Quob Park Wickham Vineyard
The History of Quob Park Wickham Vineyard
Located just outside the village of Wickham in Hampshire, the site of Quob Park is listed in the Domesday Book as belonging to the “Lords of The Manor of North Fareham”. The site was acquired by Rob Terry shortly after the flotation of The Innovation Group in 2001.
Not long after acquiring Quob Park, Rob Terry commissioned a local design firm to develop an emblem for it. For a few hundred pounds, a leaf motif was designed, which is a representation of the ‘q’ &’p’ of Quob Park formed into a leaf shape.
Since its acquisition, an office has been developed from which Quob Park is managed today.
Quob Park Wickham Vineyard now comprises over 15 acres of vineyards. Work begins in 2017 on extending the cellars and wine storage to ensure that all the wine produced can be aged successfully on site. A tasting room and visitor centre is also planned at Quob Park for the future.
Quob Park Vineyard prides itself in producing the best English Sparkling Wine
"English sparkling wines have secured growing worldwide recognition, winning some of the most cherished awards and trophies in international competitions."
At Quob Park Vineyard we are passionate about our wine. Please contact us if you would like to find out more.