Glenholm Vineyard is a family-run vineyard by the Limfjord with a view of the islands Livø, Fur and Mors. The underground consists of clay with gravel, chalk and flint, the best conditions for growing grapevine.
At Glenholm Vineyard, red wine, white wine, dessert wine, sparkling wine and brandy are produced from different kinds of grapes including Rondo, Regent, Ortega and Madelaine Angevine. At the vineyard, there is a caféwhere you can taste a variety of the different wines produced by Glenholm Vineyard.
In 1993, the first vine was planted at Glenholm Vineyard. At that time, only about 20 vines were planted, and it was a mix of four different sorts brought home from England. Without planning on it, this became the foundation of an ongoing development of a Danish vineyard which now has a planted area of 2.5 hectares. Today, eight different vine sorts are grown at Glenholm, and the vineyard produces 7000 bottles a year.
Glenholm Vineyard is still managed by the founding family - both the first and second generation.