Dunkertons Cider tours

Cheltenham - Gloucestershire

Dunkertons Cider dates back to 1980, when Ivor and Susie Dunkerton decided to leave their life in London behind for the Herefordshire countryside. They bought a small holding in Pembridge, spotted an opportunity for traditional cider making, and the rest is history.

While the apples and pears are still grown around Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, and Worcestershire, the fruit is pressed, fermented and bottled at a state-of-the-art cidery at Dowdeswell Park in Cheltenham.

They host regular cidery experiences which include a guided tour, cheese and cider tasting, and a Dunkertons Cider glass to take home.

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