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A vineyard and farm shop just outside Drøbak, 60 degrees north!
Did you know there is a vineyard, just 30 minutes outside Oslo?
At Bringebærlandet, you can enjoy fresh local raspberries, join a guided winery tour and taste the farm's award-winning raspberry wine.
The winery and rasberry producer Bringebærlandet is located just outside Drøbak, about half an hour's drive south of Oslo.
The good soil and lots of sun makes the raspberries thrive. Here you can buy raspberries straight from the field, but also honey and our award-winning raspberry wine. It is also possible to book a wine tasting tour.
The farm shop is open every day from 10-18 during the picking season, and a couple of days a week the rest of the year.
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Six kilometers of raspberry hedges
Roy and Åse-Marit, the owners of Bringebærlandet, planted their first hedges in 2009 and now have about 25 acres, or 6 kilometers of raspberry hedges. They operate conventionally, but are keen to cultivate as environmentally friendly as possible.
A vineyard, 60 degrees north
In 2016, Bringebærlandet started with the production and sale of raspberry wine. The feedback was so positive that they decided to invest in it. Now they produce two types of dessert wines, a sparkling wine and raspberry mead.
Tour and wine tasting
Would you like a pleasant experience off the beaten track? Then a visit to Bringebærlandet with a tasting of our award-winning wines is right up your alley. Bring your wine club, group of friends or colleagues and sit around the table in the old pig house where the wine production takes place. Taste and enjoy, listen and learn about what it's like to run a vineyard at 60 degrees north. The event is suitable for groups of up to 10 people. The price is NOK 550. per person. It includes the tasting of four wines; a sparkling wine made using the traditional method, a classic dessert wine, an ice wine made from frozen raspberry must, as well as a raspberry mead fermented with honey. All the wines are served with finger food adapted to the individual wine.