Originally planted in 1986, Hidden Spring Vineyard has been at the forefront of the English Wine
revolution for over 30 years. Hidden Spring is nestled between the villages of Horam and Vines Cross, the
latter being named in 1595 after John Vyne, the vintner of Hellingly. Like many villages in the area, Horam
was involved in the iron industry making the majority of English military cannons up until 1770. The
ironstone in the clay soils was at the heart of cannon making alongside charcoal from the many
surrounding woodlands. Our logo reflects this iron industry heritage and combines the classic form of cast
iron estate gates intertwined with the vines that power the Hidden Spring Vineyard business today.