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Help save the captivating
Cobham Dairy

In 1790s Georgian architect James Wyatt designed Cobham Dairy which is reminiscent of an Italianate chapel. Sadly the miniature masterpiece has significantly deteriorated over the years and now stands in ruins.

The dairy was built for the Countess of Darnley in the grounds of Cobham Hall in Kent for the feminine 18th-century pastime of butter and cream preparation. Historic buildings charity the Landmark Trust hopes to rescue this fascinating Grade II* listed building by bringing it back to life as accomodation for wonderful self-catering holidays.

For every case we sell, £25 will be contributed towards the charity's appeal in a bid to help save the charming but decaying dairy.

Plus you can enjoy
FREE delivery when purchasing the case.

Award-winning English Wine

The special case contains three bottles of an award-winning English Sparkling wine from the Dorset countryside, Furleigh Estate Coast Special Cuvée, whose grapes were grown in the south-facing landscape of a former dairy farm.

A message from
the buyer

"It was a real pleasure to create this case of great wines for the Cobham Dairy appeal. I wanted to present absolute benchmark examples of their type, so I have chosen a small selection of wines that I enjoy drinking and know are best in their class." Xenia Irwin MW

Introducing Dr Anna Keay, director of the Landmark Trust...

"Once lost, such precious heritage cannot be retrieved. A new future as a Landmark is the only way this gem can survive and we are grateful to Waitrose for helping support our fundraising appeal." Anna Keay
Director of the Landmark Trust

For every case we sell, £25 will be contributed towards the charity's appeal in a bid to help save the charming but decaying dairy.

Plus you can enjoy
FREE delivery when
purchasing the case.