New Zealand’s second largest wine region, sunny Hawke’s Bay has been an abundant source of fine wine since 1851; its well-established wine tourism trail also showcases the region’s art deco architecture (mainly in Napier city) and artisan producers.
Havelock North based winery and restaurant with Gimblett Gravels, Martinborough and Marlborough vineyards delivering premium reds and whites.
Established by Tim Turvey & Helma van den Berg in 1989, Clearview Estate Winery enjoys an extended growing season in the unique microclimate of Te Awanga, consistently producing wines of great fruit intensity.
Wairarapa (Maori for ‘glistening waters’) is a compact yet diverse region of boutique producers offering high-quality examples of a wide range of varieties, supported by a vibrant, wine-focused community.
Ata Rangi, meaning "dawn sky" or "new beginning" is a small New Zealand winery with a big reputation for serious Pinot Noir.
New Zealand’s flagship wine region which, in combination with Sauvignon Blanc, put the country on the international wine stage. Much more than just Sauvignon though, Marlborough offers increasing depth in both varieties and terroir.
Astrolabe Wines was established in 1996, as winemaker Simon Waghorn's own label. Astrolabe produces a range of wines that express the purity and intensity of fruit flavours naturally afforded by the climate and soils of Marlborough.
Greywacke is the Marlborough label of Kevin Judd, and the fulfillment of a long held dream. The name Greywacke was adopted by Kevin and his wife Kimberley for their first Marlborough vineyard located in Rapaura, named in recognition of the high prevalence of rounded Greywacke river stones in the soils of the vineyard.
A small, family-owned winery based in the stunningly beautiful Marlborough region of New Zealand with an aim to craft delicious, food-friendly wines from the clean, cool and diverse valleys of Marlborough.
Te Whare Ra (TWR) is a small vineyard and winery located in the Marlborough sub-region of Renwick, owned by winemakers – Anna & Jason Flowerday. The 11 Ha vineyard is one of the oldest in Marlborough and is Certified Organic.
Auntsfield produces wine of uncompromised quality grown on the site of Marlborough’s first commercial vineyard and winery. Brothers Ben and Luc Cowley bring renewed care and passion to the key roles of Viticulturalist and Winemaker creating wines revered for their quality and distinctiveness.
No.1 Family Estate is a family owned company specialising in Méthode Traditionelle. The wines are made by owner, Winemaker and 12th generation Champenois, Daniel Le Brun, who pioneered the production of Methode Traditionelle wine in Marlborough.
Established by the Donaldson family who were pioneers of the Canterbury wine industry. The primary focus is Pinot Noir and Riesling. Structure and texture are hallmarks of the estate’s highly individual wines.
Considerable research by Stuart Elms in 1991 identified the north facing slopes at the end of Felton Road, Bannockburn as being one of the warmest and most ideal sites in Central Otago for the growing and production of premium wine.
Named after New Zealand’s largest quartz rock deposit that underlies the company’s vineyards at Bendigo, Central Otago, Quartz Reef wines exhibit a symphony of flavours that capture attention and entertain, so that you forget everything else.
From deep silt soils nurtured for over 100 years by one family of goldminers turned farmers, careful viticulture in the new millennium has seen this tiny Central Otago vineyard rise as a superstar producer of iconic pinot noirs wines.
Spectacularly located on Lake Dunstan in the Bendigo sub-region of Central Otago, the sun drenched north-west facing terraces of the 57-hectare estate provide optimal conditions for producing world-class Pinot Noir and aromatic whites.
Peregrine's quest for outstanding Central Otago wine begins in the three distinct sub-regions from which they draw their fruit: Bendigo, Pisa and Gibbston where their landmark winery rises up amongst rugged rock reefs and ancient hills.