Seaweeds are amazing. Along with seagrasses, they produce over half our oxygen in our atmosphere, provide living habitats for a wide variety of creatures to forage, spawn and nurse in, and they’re a refuge from predators for fish and invertebrates. So ultimately, they are pretty good all rounders. Here in Cornwall, we have fantastic access >> read more
It goes without saying that Cornwall is home to some top quality wines. Over the last twenty years, wine producing in Cornwall has sky rocketed and has managed to make itself a household name for the likes of fresh whites, delicate roses and world-class sparkling. Like America’s golden wine country in the southern sun-kissed valleys >> read more
To celebrate #WorldVegetarianDay, we've looked high and low across Cornwall and found the very best mouthwatering places to eat without meat.
Let's be serious, there are way more than 16 reasons why Cornwall makes us happy... so here are just a few of our favourites!
Bosue Vineyard is a family run vineyard producing award winning white, rose and sparkling wines made from Cornish grown grapes. You can visit the vineyard for wine tastings and tours. After a walk through the vines and an explanation of how the wines are made, you can then taste our Cornish Wines overlooking the Vineyard, in the beautiful setting of the Cornish countryside.
Open Mondays, Thursdays and Fridays from May to the end of October, and at other times by appointment when wines are available to buy at the cellar door.
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The Blue Haze Restaurant is situated alongside Porthleven’s historic harbour giving Chef Sat Bajway direct access to freshly caught fish and shellfish. The restaurant offers lunch, early dinner and evening menus - wherever possible local, Cornish or Organic produce is used and most of the fish is landed at Porthleven Quay.