About Us






Welcome to our About Us page.

Great British Wine Tours is Brighton’s first regularly scheduled UK wine tour operator. It is our mission to get everyone out to the Sussex countryside and introduce them to local Sussex wines and cheeses. With over five hundred vineyards in England and Wales and with sparkling wines taking some of the most prestigious international awards, the British wine industry is blossoming… and its on our doorstep! Lets go have a taste!





Our values are simple. We work closely with our partners to help showcase the wine and cheese industry in Sussex. Our goal is to introduce you to English wine and cheese producers and the Sussex countryside. From wine-buff to first timers, we have designed our tours to be Educational, relaxed and informative. Mostly, our tours are to be enjoyed.  It really is a wonderful day out.

Our location enables us to be within twenty minutes of the Sussex wine region which means you have more time on the ground enjoying the hospitality and tastes of Sussex, the heart of the blooming UK wine industry.

Sussex vineyards and cheese makers are family affairs. Due to their intimate size, their guides are extremely knowledgeable and approachable.


Following on from our first Successful wine tour season,  we are now bringing you even more experiences throughout sussex and beyond!  In 2018 you will be able to book onto a number of different tours from Brewery tours, to immersive dining experiences and Gin tastings.  Take a look at our new calendar and see what tickles your fancy!








Screen Shot 2016-05-26 at 20.19.43Danny   –    ‘Returning back to my home town of Brighton after five years working as a geologist in Australia and spending a lot of my spare time visiting many of Australia’s world renowned wine regions, I was amazed to discover that Sussex has its own well established wine industry. After visiting local vineyards and cheese makers and  tasting their incredible wines and cheeses in the most beautiful scenic backdrop of the South Downs, I wanted to show my friends and family what was on their doorstep.’