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A relative newcomer to the wine world it still only produces 0.3 % of the global crop – serious cultivation dates only from the Eighties. New Zealand’s reputation rests almost entirely on its remarkable white wines made from the Sauvignon Blanc grape.

  • Wooing Tree

    Owned by Stephen and Thea Farquharson and Stephen's sister and brother-in-law, Jane and Geoff Bews, who are all committed to producing top quality grapes and wine and are a truly family owned and run business. They are originally all from farming backgrounds in North Otago, more recently working in IT

  • Waipara Springs

    Waipara Springs Winery is located in the heart of the Waipara Valley, just a 45min drive north of Christchurch in the South Island. Planted in the early 1980’s and now covering some 26ha, the vineyard contains some of the oldest ownrooted Mendoza clone Chardonnay in NZ, providing the entirely estate

  • Stanley Estates

    With degrees in horticulture from the University of Bath, Steve Pellett and Bridget Ennals set off, in true intrepid explorer mode, to travel through Africa then back to the UK to work as fruit technologists. But it was another two years before they found the place where they wanted to put down their roots: and that place was at the top of New Zealand’s South Island, under the cool gaze of Mount Tapuae-O-Uenuku (the footprint of the rainbow) in Marlborough’s spectacular Awatere Valley near Blenheim.

  • Herringbone Hills

    The Herringbone Hill wines – classic Marlborough wines offering minerality and complexity at excellent price points are produced for us by Winegrowers of Ara. Ara (‘‘pathway” in Maori and ‘‘altar” in Latin) is a river terrace, tucked away at the elevated end of the Waihopai valley and lifted above the

  • Escarpment

    Larry McKenna - otherwise known as Larry McPinot - is the man behind Escarpment. His name goes hand-in-hand with the best quality Pinot Noir from New Zealand. Escarpment is registered as a Sustainable NZ producer and is currently following a 5 year plan to become organically certified. The vineyards are

  • Bascand

    In the 1800's Master Mariner Charles Stephen Bascand captained the steamer "SS Waipara" around New Zealand, before purchasing land and settling with his family in the South Island. Bascand Estate was established in 1998 and the descendants of Charles Bascand now own vineyards in the outstanding grape growing regions of