Fine Farm Produce Awards 2018

Now in their 13th year, our Fine Farm Produce Awards aim to prove that sustainable food isn't just better for nature, it tastes better too. They celebrate the very best produce from the Trust's 1,500 tenant farmers and estates, who look after more than 500,000 acres of grazed pasture, orchards and arable farmland.

Steve Conisbee in a field with sheep

Farming with Nature winner 2018: Steve Conisbee 

Steve Conisbee, who farms on the Polesden Lacey estate in Surrey, won the overall Farming for Nature award at this year's Fine Farm Produce Awards.

Portland ewe at Calke Abbey

Overall Food winner 2018: Calke Abbey 

Calke Abbey won this year's Overall Food Award for their Portland hogget. Countryside Manager Bill Cove looks after the herd of rare-breed sheep, which grazes the estate in the heart of Derbyshire.

Killerton's slighlty sparkling cider

Overall Drinks winner 2018: Killerton Estate 

For the second year running, the Killerton Estate was the winner of the Overall Drinks Award for its Medium Sparkling Cider. This 6,000 acre estate near Exeter is one of the largest we look after, and includes around 50 acres of orchards.

Red Devon Cattle at Burrow Farm, Devon

Read the list of all 2018 winners 

As well as our three overall winners there are dozens more farmers, growers and brewers who produce top-class goods for our cafes and your table. Take a look at the full list of winners to discover even more tasty treats.

Mel and Jonty Brunyee with two sheep in a meadow

Last year's winners 

See the overall winners from the Fine Farm Produce Awards 2017.