A special collaboration between two experts in their field and long-time lovers of wine. One of the most iconic and best-known names in the industry, wine connoisseur Oz Clarke will be jointly hosting an afternoon of conversation, reflecting on his career and ‘his life in wine’. Robert Francis who acquired the vineyard over ten years ago, will recount life on Scilly, growing grapes and producing fine wines on these remote islands, on the most south-westerly vineyard in the UK.

LOCATION: Star Castle Hotel, St. Mary’s

PRICE: £30 per person


For full programme, click here

Book Tickets

Event Dates & Times

Sorry, this event has passed

Follow Us

Follow Us


Star Castle Hotel, St. Mary's, Isles of Scilly, Isles of Scilly, TR21 0JA

Add Oz Clarke and HolyVale Vineyard: ‘Wine and Conversation' to your Itinerary

Contact this Event

Close window

Call direct on:

Tel01720 620601

Close window

Call direct on:

Tel01720 620601

View Map

  1. Tamarisk is a new gallery in the centre of Hugh Town showcasing artwork by local painters…

    0.22 miles away
  2. Situated at the front of the Town Hall on St. Mary's, pop in to browse the shop and enjoy…

    0.26 miles away
  1. At Scilly Spirit Distillery we offer tours around our distillery. You'll see our two 500…

    0.97 miles away
  2. Situated in the tranquil and beautiful Holy Vale on the Nature Trail at the heart of St.…

    1.44 miles away
  3. The unique Valhalla collection is situated within Tresco Abbey Garden and contains some…

    2.24 miles away
  4. The sub-tropical Abbey Garden is a glorious exception; a perennial Kew without the glass,…

    2.3 miles away
  5. Scilly's postal flower service. Sending gift boxes of scented island flowers by 1st class…

    3.65 miles away
  6. Watercolour artist, photographer, enamel pin creator based on St. Martin's.

    3.66 miles away
  7. Locally inspired uniqe ceramics created by Tyrane Micheal Van den Berg on St. Martin's.

    3.66 miles away
  8. Visit one of the smallest and most south-westerly vineyards in the UK here on the…

    3.67 miles away
Previous Next

Supported by