About The Family

Nutbourne Vineyards is a family business – owned and run by the Gladwins.
We are celebrating our 30th anniversary at Nutbourne this year, and are still very much involved in day-to-day life at the vineyard. When you visit, you might see Peter leading your tour and tasting, Bridget serving her home-made cakes, Gregory on a tractor, Oliver cooking in the outdoor kitchen or Richard serving wine with local and wild food at one of our events.

Bridget Gladwin tasting wine
Peter Gladwin by winery
Richard and Oliver Gladwin
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Bridget Gladwin heads up the vineyard team and is the front face of the Nutbourne brand. She does this alongside her work as an artist and her much admired paintings are featured on all our wine bottle labels.

Peter Gladwin refuses to call himself a businessman and prefers chef, writer and vineyard worker! Peter chairs Party Ingredients Catering services in London as well as the Gladwin Brothers Restaurant Group and is a non executive Director of other businesses. He has published 6 cookery books.

Richard and Oliver Gladwin run the much acclaimed Shed in Notting Hill, Rabbit in Kings Road, Chelsea, Nutbourne Restaurant in Battersea and Sussex in Soho. They specialise in “Local & Wild” Sussex produce and of course serve the full range of Nutbourne wines.

Gregory Gladwin is the farmer, rearing Sussex cattle, sheep & pigs in addition to the vineyard upkeep and maintenance. Gladwin Farming supplies the Gladwin Brothers restaurants and his meats are on sale from the Nutbourne Vineyards Cellar Door.

Together the family grow, tend, harvest, bottle and sell their Nutbourne wines – living the dream!

The Gladwin Family Ventures

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Gladwin Farming

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The Shed, Notting Hill

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Sussex, Soho


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Nutbourne, Battersea

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Rabbit, King’s Road

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The New City of London Cookbook

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The Fat Badger, Richmond

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The Black Sheep, Wimbledon