The vineyard at Hebnes is operated by farmers Arild Hebnes and Toyni Tobekk. A visit to the farm takes about 1.5 hours, starting with a walk through the vineyard. Then, you enter the production area where you will learn about the processes involved in wine production and have tastings. A visit to the farm can also be combined with lunch based on local ingredients. The farm is open for group visits throughout the year and for individual bookings on selected days during the summer season. Visit hebnesvingard.no for prices, opening hours, and more information.
Hebnes Vineyard is located in Hebnes, at the very tip of the Ropeid Peninsula between Vindafjorden and Sandsfjorden. Here, you have a fantastic view of Nedstandfjorden and Jelsafjorden, and on clear days, you can even see all the way to the North Sea. Hebnes has a rich history that dates back many centuries. At Hebnes quay, you will find, among other things, the monument of Torstein of Heimnes, the most prominent chieftain in Ryfylke in the 13th century and an important figure in the historic battle against Duke Skule in 1240. The Ropeid Peninsula also offers great hiking opportunities, fishing spots, and other historical points of interest.
Good accessibility: The grape garden may be challenging to navigate for individuals using wheelchairs, strollers, etc. The production area where the tour concludes is easily accessible with a parking lot nearby. There is also a wheelchair-accessible toilet with good maneuverability. Please feel free to contact us for more information.