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Yearlstone Vineyard and the Yearlstone Café are NOW CLOSED until Spring 2018. Yes: 2018!
Yearlstone shop and the Yearlstone Café will not be open at all in 2017 while we do some major building works to the winery. But you can still pop up to buy our wines - by appointment please. You can contact us by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone (01884 855700). to enquire. Our Online Shop will still be open 24 hours a day, and our Many Regular Stockists stock many of our wines.
Yearlstone Café - now the Devon Chef at Yearlstone - is currently run by the Devon Chef Tim Harris.
Tim Harris the Devon Chef is well known locally for his passion for cooking and local food. Promoter of the Crediton Food Festival he trained at Ashburton Cookery School and at Woolsgrove Cookery School as well as classes in Hanoi, Vietnam and in Jerusalem, and seminars at Abergavenny Food Festival. He says: "I have visited food markets around the world and cooked with the produce I have found there.I initiated the Crediton Food Festival in 2009 and continue to organise what has become an annual showcase for local produce and food businesses."
Check for Tim's updates here: https://www.facebook.com/devonchefatyearlstone/timeline?ref=page_internal.
The Café is licensed, has a light, cheerful and airy contemporary feel, and can seat up to 30 people inside.
Outside the Café you'll find the Terrace, an absolute suntrap where you can pass away an hour or two sipping a glass of rosé, and nibbling on one of the Café's famous light lunches, with its emphasis on the seasonal, the simple and the local. We can seat another 20 people on the Terrace.
From the Terrace you get fantastic views down the Exe valley towards Exeter and the sea, and closer at hand lovely picturesque views over the vineyard to the village at Bickleigh, with cricket on the green, thatched pubs and the wonderful old bridge over the Exe.
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