The future of a Suffolk vineyard is in doubt after it was put on the market.
Mr Hempshill: We want to save the business
Shawsgate Vineyard at Framlingham is on sale for £200,000, with the adjoining farmhouse available for just under £600,000.
About 15,000 vines are grown there producing 30 wines - but there is no guarantee the new owner will continue the business.
Manager Rob Hempshill said: "We are probably one of the main specialist wine-makers in England."
"It's taken a long long time to develop our skills and expertise and we want to save it."
The 21-acre vineyard has been established for more than 25 years.
Six grape varieties are grown there, producing both white and red award-winning wines.
Owner Ray Cross said: "If we can find a customer who wants to purchase it and run it as a vineyard, that would be ideal.
"But of course one may not be able to do that."