• Your local guide to food and drink on the Isle of Wight

Local Produce

Thanks to a mild climate and record-breaking sunshine levels, the Isle of Wight’s fertile land is perfect for growing a huge range of produce including tomatoes, cherries, asparagus and much more- even apricots!

The Island is home to a working water mill, three breweries, two vineyards and a distillery. There’s also a whole host of independent producers and artisans creating everything from oils, chutneys, vinegars and liqueurs, to cakes, cheeses and award-winning ice cream.

On the Isle of Wight you’re never far from a producer or supplier offering good quality produce that not only tastes good, but supports local farms, fishing boats and artisans. Reducing food miles helps to keep our Island beautiful! You’ll find an excellent range of Island produce at our farm shops and farmers’ markets and in many cases, you can buy directly from the producer.

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Taste of the Wight is the Isle of Wight’s free local guide to food and drink. Now in its sixth year, it has cemented itself as the number one, independent companion for eating out on the Island.

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