Cotswold Hills wine is produced by the Royal Agricultural University Farms, grown on a sunny south-facing slope of the Cotswold Hills near Cirencester.  The vineyard was planted in 2010 with Ortega, Bacchus, Chardonnay and Seyval grape varieties and is leased from Farmcare Trading Ltd. 

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Cotswold Hills wine is produced by the Royal Agricultural University Farms, grown on a sunny south-facing slope of the Cotswold Hills near Cirencester.  The vineyard was planted in 2010 with Ortega, Bacchus, Chardonnay and Seyval grape varieties and is leased from Farmcare Trading Ltd. 

Students are actively involved in the running of the Cotswold Hills project, helping them to develop employability skills and enhance their CV.  In addition, £1 from every bottle of Cotswold Hills sold goes into the RAU Enterprise Programme to help support RAU students wanting to start their own businesses.

Master of Wine Susan McCraith and alumnus winemaker Steve Brooksbank were both involved in the project.

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