Wellington
 Palliser Estate
In 1984 when Palliser planted its first vines, they had little inkling of where the future would take them
The original facilities were constructed in time for the 1991 vintage. As the company and vineyards grew it became neccessary to expand. A new purpose built barrel hall was constructed in 1999. This was built from thermomass concrete and is temperature controlled to minimise losses due to evaporation. The winery's works were re-developed in time for the vintage of 2002, and Palliser can now process 600 tonnes of fruit.

Wellington Wines by Palliser Estate

Palliser Estate Pencarrow Pinot Noir 2015»
Wellington Martinborough
Palliser Estate Pencarrow Sauvignon Blanc 2014»
Wellington Martinborough
Palliser Estate Pinot Gris 2006»
Wellington Martinborough
Palliser Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2013»
Wellington Martinborough
 Escarpment
Situated just 5 kilometres east of Martinborough village, Escarpment's 24 hectares of distinctive alluvial gravel, terraced land stretches out along the banks of the Huangarua River
Overlooking the vineyard are the Aorangi Ranges, the very hills made famous by Kupe the great Polynesian voyager who discovered New Zealand, according to Maori legend. Kupe left his three canoes, Nga Waka, on top of the range, giving rise to the now familiar landmark of the district, the three flat-topped hills on top of the range, which resemble unturned canoes. This warrior and his story provide the inspiration for the vineyard's distinctive brand and logo

Wellington Wines by Escarpment

Escarpment Kupe Chardonnay 2011»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Kupe Pinot Noir 2011»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Martinborough Pinot Noir 2013»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Moana Pinot Noir 2007»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Te Rehua Pinot Noir 2011»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Voyager Pinot Noir 2006»
Wellington Martinborough

Other Wines by Escarpment

Escarpment Martinborough Pinot Gris 2012»
Martinborough
 Ata Rangi
Clive Paton planted the originally bare, stony 12-acre home paddock at the edge of the Martinborough village in 1980, one of a handful of people who pioneered grape growing in Martinborough
Ata Rangi means new beginning or dawn sky. The site was a barren 5-hectare paddock when Clive Paton bought it in 1980. He was one of a handful of winemaking pioneers in Martinborough, then a forgotten rural settlement, who were attracted to the area by three key features - the localised, free-draining shingle terrace some 20 metres deep, the lowest rainfall records of anywhere in the North Island, and the proximity to the capital city of Wellington, just an hour away. Clive, who'd farmed in the area, knew the land well. He chose mainly red varieties - Pinot Noir, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah - and set out in pursuit of world class wines. Pinot Noir's potential shone from the start - the early wines widely appreciated for their texture and for their pure fruit expression of the variety.

Wellington Wines by Ata Rangi

Ata Rangi Craighall Chardonnay 2014»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 2014»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 375ml 2014»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Martinborough Pinot Noir 2013»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Martinborough Pinot Noir 2014»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Martinborough Pinot Noir 375ml 2015»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Sauvignon Blanc 2016»
Wellington Martinborough