New Zealand Wines
About the Yealands Estate Winery
The Yealands Estate wineworks were created to operate sustainably at every level. Opened August 2008, the winery was built under the draft Green Building Code, the first in the world to be accredited CarboNZeroCERT™ from inception. Functionally it opera
Aesthetically, the building is designed to blend into the landscape with no disruptive contours. Rainfall from the roof of the winery is collected in swale drains on either side of the building, and either recycled or piped out to our wetlands. Throughout the building, motion sensors control lighting and air conditioning, ensuring neither is left on needlessly. Extensive insulation and heat recovery technologies reduce heat loss and recycle energy for re-use. Probes inside and outside the building maintain constant temperatures while solar panels, wind turbines and the burning of vine prunings generate supplementary power. The goal is to become self-sufficient in energy, supplying surplus power back to the national grid.
More on the Wither Hills Winery
Wither Hills produces some of New Zealand’s best recognised wines, in particular the Sauvignon Blanc, deservedly loved by many New Zealand and international wine drinkers
Over the years, Chief Winemaker Brent Marris has poured his heart and soul into making Wither Hills a brand to be extremely proud of. Wither Hills goes to great lengths tp preserve the highest quality of their wines. The Estate abstains from the industry wide practice of releasing small batches blended specifically for winning accolades at wine shows. Wither Hills has become so popular both domestically and internationally, that each vintage normally consists of several bottlings to satisfy demand, the estate ensures the brand's integrity by maintaining taste consistency across all bottling runs.

New Zealand Wines by Wither Hills

Wither Hills Marlborough Chardonnay»
Marlborough Wairau
Wither Hills Marlborough Pinot Noir»
Marlborough Wairau
Wither Hills Wairau Valley Pinot Gris»
Marlborough Wairau
Wither Hills Wairau Valley Pinot Noir Rose»
Marlborough Wairau
Wither Hills Wairau Valley Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Wairau
About the Whitehaven Winery
Whitehaven were established in 1994 when Greg and Sue White enticed distinguished winemaker Simon Waghorn to come on board and give their fledgling winery an edge
For Greg and Sue, the move to Marlborough was a classic lifestyle change after careers spent in finance and marketing. For Simon, the motivation was the pursuit of quality winemaking without compromise. When it comes to crafting great wine, Whitehaven combine the precision of a scientific approach with the creative flair of an artisanal team, the crossover between science and art. Using new world techniques and old world craftsmanship, the team are focused on a portfolio of wines that deliver an enviable mix of quality, intensity and consistency.

New Zealand Wines by Whitehaven

Mansion House Bay Sauvignon Blanc»
Whitehaven Greg Pinot Noir»
Whitehaven Pinot Gris»
Whitehaven Sauvignon Blanc»
About the Waitiri Creek Winery
Waitiri Creek Wines is set upon a historical property and is significantly, one of the pioneering wineries in the district
Paula Ramage grew up in Alexandra and the Ward family farmed for many years on Malaghan’s Road, near Arrowtown. Central Otago is the homeland, the opportunity to develop a family vineyard there was too good to ignore. With equal amounts of enthusiasm and naivety, the Shanagolden Block was purchased in Gibbston and planted to Chardonnay in 1994. The historical site was originally settled in 1867 by James Leslie, a Scot who had emigrated to New Zealand at the age of 17. He and his partner, Thomas Kinross followed the Dunstan gold rush. Kinross established the Gibbston store and Post Office and James Leslie was the butcher and baker but also continued to prospect for gold. The free-draining, northerly aspect of this Block was particularly suited to viticulture.

New Zealand Wines by Waitiri Creek

Waitiri Creek Pinot Noir 2008»
Central Otago
About Waipara Hills Wines
Waipara Hills has won international acclaim for consistently producing some of New Zealand’s best quality wines
At the 2005 Liquorland International Top 100 Wine Awards in Auckland Waipara Hills’ wines were awarded four trophies including Champion Winery of the Show. Trophies were awarded for Champion Pinot Noir, Champion Gewurztraminer, Champion Pinot Gris. Launched as a public wine company in 2001, Waipara Hills was awarded the accolade of fifteenth fastest growing company in New Zealand by Deloitte’s in 2004. Production From 6000 cases in 2001 to over 89,000 cases in 2006 Waipara Hills’ growth has been spectacular.
More About Waimea Winery
One of the higher profile Nelson wineries, Waimea Estates has grown quickly in size and stature since its first vineyards were planted in 1993
The Nelson River winegrowing region in general, and Waimea in particular, have a growing reputation for aromatic wines. The Sauvignon Blanc from Waimea has become a popular alternative to the Marlborough style, essentially classical in its gooseberry, lime and capsicum aromas, with a flinty palate adding to the wine’s appeal. From the first vintage release of a trophy winning Sauvignon Blanc in 1997, Waimea Estates has attracted attention. The Nelson region boasts high sunshine hours which provide ripe fruit flavours and cool evenings which give a fresh natural acidity to the wines. The stony loam soils of the Plains, along with a moderating maritime influence and a protective phalanx of hills, create the perfect terroir to produce a wide range of grapes. This combined with the high quality viticultural management and skilled winemaking help produce an excellent array of quality wines.

New Zealand Wines by Waimea

Waimea Estate Pinot Gris»
Waimea Estate Pinot Noir»
Waimea Estate Sauvignon Blanc»
About Villa Maria Wines
Its relative youthfulness not withstanding, the New Zealand based Villa Maria Group is establishing a reputation as one of the great wine companies of the world
Founded in 1961 and still operated by George Fistonich, Villa Maria has been New Zealand's leading wine award winner, both nationally and internationally since the early 1980's. Villa Maria's talented people have an unrelenting passion to produce quality wines.
About Villa Loco Wines
Villa Loco

New Zealand Wines by Villa Loco

Villa Loco Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc 2012»
About Vidal Estate Wines
Vidal Estate winery is situated on the original site in Hastings on Hawkes Bay, established by Anthony Joseph Vidal 1905
Hot summer days, a long growing season and free draining soils have helped Hawke’s Bay become one of the premier wine regions in New Zealand. Anthony Joseph Vidal was one of the first winemakers to appreciate the natural potential of the area. He established Vidal Estate in 1905 and his spirit of adventure coupled with a lifelong commitment to crafting classic, elegant wines remains an inspiration to this day. He was 22 years old when he arrived in New Zealand from Spain in 1888. His first eleven years were spent in Wanganui, working for his uncle, pioneer winemaker Joseph Soler. He then moved to Hawkes Bay where in 1905 he purchased a small property in Hastings.
About the Vavasour Winery
Vavasour Wines are the pioneers of the Awatere Valley
Vavasour were the first to plant in what is now regarded as one of the premium grape growing regions of Marlborough, New Zealand. The soils here are free draining and the climate dry, warm and frost free. The area has a climate different to the rest of Marlborough so can produce wines with a unique and distinct flavour.

New Zealand Wines by Vavasour

Redwood Pass Sauvignon Blanc 2012»
Marlborough Awatare Wairau
Vavasour Annas Vineyard Chardonnay»
Marlborough Awatare
Vavasour Claudias Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Awatare
Vavasour Felix Vineyard Pinot Noir»
Marlborough Awatare
Vavasour Papa Chardonnay»
Vavasour Papa Sauvignon Blanc»
Vavasour Pinot Gris»
Marlborough Awatare
Vavasour Pinot Noir»
Vavasour Sauvignon Blanc»
More About Valli Wines
Valli is the personal vocation of pioneering Otago winemaker Grant Taylor
Grant’s name is synonymous with Otago Pinot Noir. He has been crafting wines in the region since 1993 when there were only 20 hectares planted. Established in 1998 and named after his Great-Great Grandfather, Giuseppe Valli, who immigrated to New Zealand from an Italian winemaking background, Grant founded Valli with the aim of creating true representations of Otago’s subregions with unflinching intensity and purity. This was also a first for the region – no one had attempted to capture, let alone master the developing subregional plot that has now begun to unfold as the next exciting chapter in the Otago wine story. As a pioneering winemaker in Otago, Grant has produced the first vintages for many of the region’s finest labels including Bald Hills, Carrick, Felton Road, Hawkshead, Mondillo, Mount Edward, Mt Difficulty, Peregrine, Rockburn, Thyme Hill and Van Asch.
More on the Tylers Stream Winery
Tylers Stream

New Zealand Wines by Tylers Stream

Tylers Stream Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc»
About Two Paddocks Wines
Two Paddocks is a small family wine producing business that is entirely dedicated to making great wine
Two Paddocks' three vineyards are located in Central Otago on the South Island of New Zealand. From this golden countryside, where old trails still wind through historic gold mines and ice blue lakes nestle below rugged mountains, comes some of the world's best Pinot Noir, a wine that will rival the great Pinot Noirs of Burgundy. It's the region's continental climate with its hot dry summers, cool autumns, and cold winters that provides the perfect environment to nurture the perfect grape. Add to that warm days and cool nights for colour and stability and the wine that results is nothing less than excellence.
More About Twin Islands Winery
Twin Islands are are clean, fresh and zesty varietal wines. Crafted for everyday enjoyment, Twin Islands are very New Zealand
Established in the early nineties, the Twin Islands name is symbolic of the two main Islands of Aotearoa. Winemaker Clive Jones joined the estate in 1998. Clive is a graduate in wine science from Charles Sturt University and had spent the previous six years at Selaks in Auckland.

New Zealand Wines by Twin Islands

Twin Islands Sauvignon Blanc»
About the Torrent Bay Winery
Torrent Bay is one for the discerning wine drinker. Like its beautiful namesake in the Abel Tasman National Park, Torrent Bay stands out from the rest
Made using carefully selected grapes, with ongoing attention to detail throughout production, Torrent Bay embodies all the quality and dedication that has governed the Drummond family since its first members arrived in the Motueka region in the late 1800s. While known first for exquisite examples of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, the Nelson region has a growing reputation for the aromatic varieties, Riesling, Pinot Gris and Gewürztraminer as well as its own distinctive take on Sauvignon Blanc and some superb stickies.

New Zealand Wines by Torrent Bay

Torrent Bay Sauvignon Blanc»
More on the Tiki Estate Winery
Tiki Estate

New Zealand Wines by Tiki Estate

Tiki Estate Marlborough Pinot Gris»
Tiki Estate Maui Chardonnay»
Hawkes Bay
Tiki Estate Maui Sauvignon Blanc»
Tiki Estate Waipara Pinot Noir»
About The Crossings Wines
In the renowned Marlborough wine region of New Zealand, between the waters of Cloudy Bay and the jagged Kaikoura Mountains, lies the ancient glacial Awatere Valley
In the nineteenth century, early pioneers stopped in this valley at a place where their horses could wade across the Awatere River. They called this point The Crossings. Today, this spot falls within The Crossings wine estate, which is made up of three vineyards in strategic locations within the valley. While this land was once used by the settlers for grazing, recent years have increasingly seen it converted to vines, as this southern sub-region of Marlborough proves itself to be a prime vineyard location.

New Zealand Wines by The Crossings

The Crossings Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Awatare
About Te Mata Wines
Te Mata Estate is New Zealand’s oldest winery, dating from the early 1890s
Te Mata is a New Zealand family owned winery – a true estate, specialising in grape growing and winemaking from its ten Hawke’s Bay vineyards. Acknowledged as one of only five icon wineries in New Zealand. Te Mata’s completely handmade wines are renowned as the country’s finest. Under the direction of John Buck, Te Mata Estate has, over nearly thirty years, produced a stunning array of red and white wines including such famous labels as Coleraine and Awatea Cabernet/Merlots, Bullnose Syrah, Elston Chardonnay and Cape Crest Sauvignon Blanc. Not content to rest on its laurels, Te Mata has also developed a unique single vineyard from which it produces its Woodthorpe and Rymer’s Change wines.

New Zealand Wines by Te Mata

Te Mata Bullnose Syrah»
Hawkes Bay
About the Te Kairanga Winery
You can’t get more Martinborough than Te Kairanga
The wine region of Martinborough is located at the foot of New Zealand's North Island at a latitude of 40 degrees south. Here, a happy coincidence of geology and geography has created the perfect climate and terrain for Pinot Noir and aromatic wines. The stone-filled river terraces are free-draining while the topsoils vary from slope to slope. The mountains protect the vines from harsh elements, the days are long and dry, while the nights are cool. The vines grow less vigorously in the cool, breezy conditions, so yields are lower and the flavours more intense.

New Zealand Wines by Te Kairanga

Te Kairanga Pinot Noir»
Te Kairanga Sauvignon Blanc»
About the TaKu Winery

New Zealand Wines by TaKu

Ta_Ku Pinot Gris»
Ta_Ku Sauvignon Blanc»
More About Stoneleigh Winery
The dedicated vignerons of the Stoneleigh team work closely with the Stoneleigh winemakers to develop perfectly balanced, ripe flavoursome fruit unique to the Rapaura region of Marlborough
Not only is Stoneleigh recognised in New Zealand for its consistent production of premium quality wines but now the rest of the world is catching on. Stoneleigh Sauvignon Blanc keeps reinforcing its presence in key overseas markets. The wine has recently been listed at the world-renowned Ritz Hotel in London. Stoneleigh Sauvignon Blanc is being poured over the very chic art deco Rivoli Bar, and has been included on the hotel's wine list. In addition, Stoneleigh has recently become the top selling NZ Sauvignon Blanc across the Tasman; Australian's just cannot get enough of this superior Sauvignon Blanc.
About the Squawking Magpie Winery
The Gimblett Road area of Hawke's Bay is synonymous with the production of world-renowned wines. From these much celebrated shingle soils, hails the region's most exciting boutique label Squawking Magpie
The cradle of quality for Squawking Magpie is the Woodlands Vineyard in the Gimblett Gravels area, the first 4 hectares of which were planted in 1995. In 2002, a new 20 hectare vineyard was developed as a joint venture and planted predominantly in Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah.

New Zealand Wines by Squawking Magpie

Squawking Magpie Gimblett Gravels Cabernets 2008»
Hawkes Bay
Squawking Magpie Reserve Sauvignon Blanc»
About Spencer Hill Winery
The Spencer Hill Group produces premium wines under the Spencer Hill, Tasman Bay, Latitude 41, Mariner Vineyards and Kosher Goose Bay labels
Philip Jones and Sheryl Jones established the winery in 1990. Philip is a graduate of the University of California with degrees in Viticulture and Integrated Pest Management. He worked for eighteen years as a consultant to the Agricultural industry and during this period trained as a Winemaker at California State University. His experience as both a Winemaker and Viticulturalist contribute greatly to the winery direction and success. After investigating viticultural areas throughout New Zealand it was decided to establish vineyards and a winery in the Upper Moutere hills close to Nelson. The first wines were produced in 1994 under the Tasman Bay label and were quickly recognized as some of New Zealand best wines.

New Zealand Wines by Spencer Hill

Latitude 41 Chardonnay 2015»
Marlborough + Nelson
Latitude 41 Pinot Noir 2013»
Marlborough + Nelson
Latitude 41 Sauvignon Blanc 2015»
Marlborough + Nelson
About Sherwood Estate Wines
Welcome to Sherwood Estate Wines in the pemiere Waipara winegrowing region of New Zealand's South Island
It is with great pleasure that Dayne and Jill Sherwood introduce their range of superlative wines to you. Both Dayne and Jill have been involved in the New Zealand wine industry since the 1980s, experiencing the dramatic growth of demand globally for New Zealand wines. Dayne and Jill feel privileged to be able to create what they believe is the equal of the best wines available throughout the world, as confirmed by International sales success and awards.

New Zealand Wines by Sherwood Estate

Sherwood Estate Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc»
More on the Seresin Winery
The image of the hand is a symbol of strength, gateway to the heart, tiller of the soil, the mark of the artisan, and embodies the philosophy of Seresin Estate
The sentinel stone at the entrance to Seresin Estate signals the path to the winery and herald's the philosophy of the winemakers. The stone bears a subtle handprint, a symbol of the individual, and of creative endeavour. It represents a philosophy to blend tradition with technology, to work with natural elements and elicit a true Marlborough character to the wines. Organically grown, hand-tended, some fermented with wild yeasts, the grapes from the estate are raised on a cornerstone of working in harmony with nature. Complex flavours and sensational palate texture are hallmarks of Seresin.

New Zealand Wines by Seresin

Momo Marlborough Pinot Noir»
Marlborough Wairau
Momo Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Wairau
Seresin Chardonnay»
Marlborough Wairau
Seresin Estate Sauvignon Blanc»
Wairau Marlborough
Seresin Leah Pinot Noir»
Wairau Marlborough
Seresin Marama Sauvignon Blanc»
Wairau Marlborough
Seresin Pinot Gris»
Marlborough Wairau
Seresin Reserve Sauvignon Blanc»
Wairau Marlborough
About Secret Stone Winery
With a plan to hero the premium wines and regions of New Zealand there was no question that our initial focus would be sauvignon blanc from New Zealand's premier region, Marlborough...
"Made from the 2004 vintage, this wine has been passionately created to reflect the distinctive Sauvignon Blanc style for which the region has become well regarded throughout the world."

New Zealand Wines by Secret Stone

Secret Stone Chardonnay»
Secret Stone Pinot Gris»
Secret Stone Pinot Noir»
Secret Stone Sauvignon Blanc»
Squealing Pig Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Awatere
About Saint Clair Wines
The first wines were only produced in 1994, but Saint Clair Family Estate reputation as one of New Zealand’s leading wine companies with an exceptional quality record is growing fast
Saint Clair Family Estate is owned by Neal and Judy Ibbotson, viticulture pioneers in Marlborough since 1978. Grapes were originally supplied to local wine companies; however a desire to extend the quality achieved in the vineyard through to the finished wine led to the establishment of Saint Clair Estate Wines. Saint Clair’s viticulture philosophy for quality grapes is simple. Optimum flavour is achieved by significantly reducing vine stress; obtaining uniformity in vine growth, crop level and ripening; good light exposure, no disease, harvesting at the right time for maximising flavours and adjusting management for seasonal variations.
About the Rockburn Winery
Rockburn is situated in the world’s most southerly grape growing region, producing Central Otago wines of intense varietal character
Central Otago's wine industry symbolizes success and its continental climate rivals Europe's best. The region has a long viticultural tradition. French migrant Jean Desire Feraud, who pioneered grape growing and wine production over 100 years ago, left a strong legacy. Today more than 1,000 hectares of grapes flourish in unique growing conditions. The skills of talented winemakers produce quality boutique wines to compete with the country's finest. At 45º south, Central Otago has a climate similar to Burgundy. It enjoys a semi continental climate and experiences greater daily and seasonal extremes of temperature unknown elsewhere in New Zealand. The area’s unique soil types have a marked influence on vine growth, the flavours of the grapes and ultimately the wine.

New Zealand Wines by Rockburn

Rockburn Central Otago Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
About Rabbit Ranch Winery
Land that was once a high country sheep station is now a flourishing vineyard
Sheep and rabbits coexisted on the land for some time but the sheep couldn’t keep up with the nocturnal activity of the rabbits and were hopelessly outnumbered – they were driven off the land and were last seen heading north. The owner of Rabbit Ranch, Mr McGregor tried a number of measures to rid the land of the rabbits at the turn of the century, but was unsuccessful. In the end he decided to plant some vines and make wine.
More About Ra Nui Winery
Ra Nui Wines is dedicated to producing premium hand crafted wine from uniquely favoured vineyards within the Marlborough region
Ra Nui believe that “the wine is in the grape”, the focus is on the vineyard, grapes are grown using the time honoured traditions of Sun, Soil and Passion. Ra Nui are small and focused without constraint, this allows the hands-on intensity that only a small winemaker can have.

New Zealand Wines by Ra Nui

Ra Nui Marlborough Pinot Gris»
Wairau Marlborough
Ra Nui Marlborough Pinot Noir»
Blenheim Marlborough
Ra Nui Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc»
Wairau Marlborough
Ra Nui Toa Central Otago Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
About the Quartz Reef Winery
Situated in the heart of the Central Otago wine region, Quartz Reef produces and specialises in premium sparkling wine, pinot gris and pinot noir
Central Otago is New Zealand's youngest and most dynamic wine region. Quartz Reef's first release was in 1998, and in this short period the estate has already gained international recognition. The 'c' on the Quartz Reef label stands for Chauvet and the 'b' stands for Bauer. These elements embody the South Pacific influence, and the blue wave represents Lake Dunstan. Clotilde Chauvet, Rudi Bauer, Trevor Scott and John Perriam are principal partners.
More on the Prophets Rock Winery
When Prophet's Rock were established in 1999, the goal was to find sites in Central Otago like no other
Two vineyards were established in the Bendigo sub-region, Prophet's Rock Home Vineyard and subsequently the Rocky Point. Both are steep and elevated and each is distinctive. The Home Vineyard with its rare mix of soils, including schist, clay and chalk. Rocky Point with its stony ground and almost treacherous slopes. In the winery, they take inspiration from the old houses of Europe. The team refined their trade working in France's classical wine regions, Languedoc and Sancerre, Burgundy and Alsace. Traditionally aesthetic, respectful and patient, vineyard focused. It resonates in the wines and frees them to express the unique tenor of sites.
More About Pegasus Bay Winery
The Donaldson family have been seriously involved in wine since the early 1970s and were pioneers of local grape growing and wine making in the South Island's Waipara
Associate Professor and Consultant Neurologist, Ivan Donaldson, is a wine writer and wine judge. He also oversees viticulture and wine styles. His wife, Christine, is business manager and as a passionate opera lover, organises annual operatic concerts in Pegasus Bay's natural amphitheatre. Their eldest son, Matthew, did an oenology degree and a postgraduate diploma in viticulture at Roseworthy College in Australia. He and his partner Lynnette Hudson, who graduated with distinction from Lincoln University with a postgraduate diploma in oenology and viticulture, are the winemakers.
More About Palliser Estate Wines
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.

New Zealand Wines by Palliser Estate

Palliser Estate Pinot Noir»
Wellington Martinborough
Palliser Estate Riesling»
Palliser Estate Sauvignon Blanc»
Wellington Martinborough
Palliser Pencarrow Pinot Noir»
Wellington Martinborough
Palliser Pencarrow Sauvignon Blanc»
Wellington Martinborough
More About Oyster Bay Winery
From its very first vintage, which won gold and the coveted Marquis de Goulaine Trophy for Best Sauvignon Blanc at the 22nd International Wine & Spirit Competition in London 1991, Oyster Bay has continued to define the very essence of Marlborough
Set in the alluvial heart of Marlborough, one of the world's most recognised wine-growing regions and a place as beautiful as it is abundant, you will find the vineyards that grew the reputation of Oyster Bay. Here, on the shallow stony soils of the tranquil Wairau Plains, where long, slow summers and cool autumn nights give birth to grapes of intense and fruity flavours, Oyster Bay began, from the very outset, to produce wines of international stature.
About Nobilo Wines
Steeped in history, Nobilo wines are proudly acclaimed as some of New Zealand's most respected pioneering wine brands
The history of the company in New Zealand goes back to the early 1940's when the Nobilo family landed in New Zealand. They settled in Huapai, West Auckland, situated in the North Island of New Zealand, and started planting vines in 1943. The Nobilo family effectively persuaded and guided the New Zealand wine industry away from hybrid grape varieties and fortified wines, to a higher level of quality wine, now recognised and appraised by all markets.
More About Nautilus Wines
Nautilus Estate wines are carefully crafted to be at their absolute best when they eventually find their way into the glass
When Nautilus Estate wins an award, that’s all very well, but the Nautilus winemakers aim is to ensure the absolute enjoyment of the wine. Modern technology and traditional techniques have been deftly combined in the state-of-the-art wine making facilities by the talented winemaking team. The resultant wines are stylish and individual, so much so that Nautilus Estate wines are exported to over 30 countries around the world.
More on the Nanny Goat Winery
At latitude 45 degrees south, New Zealand’s Central Otago is the southern most wine region in the world
Alpine mountains to the west, rocky ranges to the south and dry tussock covered hills to the east dominate the landscape, and all assist in the topographical elements of this most exceptional of terroirs. In between all of this grandness, on the lush valley floors are nestled the Nanny Goat Vineyards.
More About Mystery Creek Wines
Mystery Creek is a progressive, niche producer of premiere New Zealand wines operating from some of the choicest soils Marlborough has on offer
Vines are planted to Horotiu sandy loam over free draining river shingle, sited on a gentle north facing slope overlooking the Waikato River. The original Chardonnay grapes were planted in 1990 and sold on contract. The winery itself was constructed in 1999 and the first vintage harvested in 2000. More recently Pinot Noir, Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Syrah have been planted with the first harvest produced in 2005.

New Zealand Wines by Mystery Creek

Mystery Creek Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2010»
About the Munamuna Winery

New Zealand Wines by Munamuna

Munamuna Marlborough Organic Sauvignon Blanc»
More About Mudhouse Winery
Sauvignon blanc that says zing, Pinot noir that seductively whispers spice, and Merlot that plants the word ripe on the tip of your tongue. That’s what Mudhouse live for
When a glass is raised for the first time, it’s a moment full of promise. Living up to the promise is Mudhouse only ambition. If the first sip makes a good impression, they know they’ve done their job right. If it fails to amuse the palate, the winemaking team make a point of going outside and howling at the moon. But seriously, any connoisseur would agree that winemaking is one of the world’s most responsible tasks. It’s up there with making policy decisions at parliament and deciding a child’s name.
More on the Mt Fishtail Winery
While traveling through New Zealand in 1987, Konrad Hengstler discovered Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, and was immediately attracted to this outstanding wine
From that point, the decision to move to Marlborough and become involved in the wine industry was an easy one. Konrad originally migrated from Germany to Australia, where for twenty years he oversaw the establishment and development, of a large German company's subsidiaries within the Australasia region. Eventually, Konrad felt a calling which inspired him to labour long and hard at the development of his own micro winery in the scenic environs of the Marlborough wine growing district. High above the plains of Marlborough, one can see Mount Fishtail’s peak standing as a sentinel looking over the many quality vineyards. This double peaked mountain is an inspiring omen and became the name of the estate vineyard at Foxes Island in the Wairau Valley.

New Zealand Wines by Mt Fishtail

Mt Fishtail Marlborough Pinot Noir»
Marlborough Wairau
About the Mt Difficulty Winery
From vineyards established early in the winemaking traditions of Central Otago, as handled by owner operators who are amongst the region's most passionate
Mt Difficulty owns some of the oldest vineyards and is one of most respected wineries in the Central Otago region of New Zealand's rugged South Island. The joint venture company, founded by some of Central Otago's most devoted and skillful growers, has grown into a leading New Zealand boutique winery with export markets everywhere.
More on the Mount Riley Winery
At the northern tip of New Zealand's South Island, the waters of the Marlborough Sounds meet steep hills rising to the south-west, where the Richmond Ranges are dominated by the distinctive crag of Mount Riley
Inland, the mountains look down on the stony-soiled vineyards of the Wairau Valley. From here, and other famous parts of the Marlborough region, a reputation for outstanding wines has spread around the world. Distinct regional characteristics have been celebrated, since the first plantings in 1973. Mount Riley is the predominant peak in the Richmond Range of mountains that overlooks the Wairau Valley.

New Zealand Wines by Mount Riley

Mount Riley Pinot Gris»
Mount Riley Pinot Noir»
Nelson & Marlborough
Mount Riley Sauvignon Blanc»
Mount Riley Savee Sparkling»
More About Montana Winery
The New Zealand wine industry was still in its infancy in 1934, when Yugoslavian immigrant Ivan Yukich planted his first vineyard
He called it Montana, meaning mountain, after its location in the Waitakere Ranges west of Auckland. Thirty years later his two sons used the same name when they founded their wine company and started producing what soon became the trendsetting wines in New Zealand. Looking for a greater grape resource, Montana Wines played a key role in the development of Gisborne, on the eastern tip of the North Island, as a premium winemaking region. This coincided with a concerted effort to increase the quality of the wines produced.
More About Mission Estate Wines
Mission Estate are steeped in history and an essential part of colonial New Zealand culture, their winemaking however is very new world, an enduring bond between contemporary excellence and sacred traditions
Established 1851 by the French Marist religious order, Mission Estate are New Zealand's oldest winemaking concern under continuous management. A Mission of French clergy sailed to New Zealand in 1838 with little more than their faith and a few vines. The Society of Mary was founded near Lyon in France. With the blessing of the Pope, a group travelled to the Pacific, arriving in New Zealand in 1838. Besides being a teaching order, the Fathers established a mission station near the Ngaruroro River between Napier and Hastings at Pakowhai. They followed the tradition of running a balanced farm property, fruit trees, cattle, and a vineyard.
About McWilliams Wines
McWilliam’s Wines is one of Australia’s largest and most highly regarded family-owned wine companies
Since 1877 when Samuel McWilliam planted his first vines at Corowa in New South Wales, successive generations of the McWilliam family have been pioneering the art of fine winemaking in Australia. Always innovative, McWilliam's has ensured its position at the forefront of Australian winemaking by introducing new production techniques and some of the world's most advanced technology in the company's wineries and vineyards.
More on the Matua Winery
Growing up in a winemaking family in the winemaking community of West Auckland, Matua Valley's founders Ross and Bill Spence developed a vision for New Zealand's future
Back in the early 70’s, the vision of Matua Valley’s founders Ross and Bill Spence was to revolutionise the still fledgling New Zealand wine industry, taking advantage of unique regional qualities to create innovative and distinguished wines – the kind they wanted to drink themselves. They succeeded, beyond their wildest dreams. Today, Matua Valley wines are acclaimed and highly sought after throughout the world.
About the Mahi Winery
Mahi began in 2001 with an idea being to show the individuality of valleys and vineyards in Marlborough, to recognize and celebrate the rich diversity of soils and clime throughout the greater Marlborough region
Brian Bicknell had been making wine in different parts of the world for about 15 years before deciding to return to New Zealand and settle in Marlborough. Arriving in 1996 he could see that vineyards in the different valleys of Marlborough produced remarkably unique profiles. At the time, most of Marlboroughs wines were made as regional blends with many individual site characteristics being lost. In other areas of the world distinctive sites were being celebrated and so an idea was hatched to create a label that promoted different vineyard sites across Marlborough to show the region had true depth and complexity. Wine reflects both the place and the people involved, you can have a great site, but if the management is poor, or the owners too greedy, then this will be reflected in the fruit and the wines.
More on the Loveblock Winery
Loveblock is a place of clean soils, healthy fauna and abundant flora, pure natural surrounds, sound viticutural practices and of course, great great wine
Back in 2004, Loveblock was a wild piece of land, untamed and hidden from the world. After working in the wine industry for most of their lives, Erica and Kim wondered what they could do with this wildness, how would the unique terroir translate to flavours in wine? Could they make wine that is elegant, restrained and complex? Wine that speaks of its place and season. Here in New Zealand land is precious; the economy largely depends on agriculture. As grape growers and wine farmers, Erica and Kim are custodians of this land. They must take care of it, restore soil balance and fertility without commercial fertilisers and chemical protection. They have learned that the rhythm of the land is immoveable, that we need to submit to it and respect it to get the best from it.

New Zealand Wines by Loveblock

Loveblock Marlborough Pinot Gris»
Marlborough Awatare
Loveblock Marlborough Pinot Noir»
Marlborough Awatare
Loveblock Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Awatare
More About Lindauer Winery

New Zealand Wines by Lindauer

Lindauer Sparkling Brut»
Marlborough Gisborne Hawkes
Lindauer Sparkling Strawberry Fraise»
Marlborough Gisborne Hawkes
More About Lawsons Dry Hills Wines
Lying east/west and enjoying a cool maritime climate, the Wairau River Valley maximises the wonderfully long clear sunny days, which are especially evident during the autumn ripening period
These long hot days are balanced by cooler nights, lengthening the ripening process and in turn, intensifying the flavours in the fruit and subsequently the wine. It is the large difference in diurnal temperatures that is believed to make Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc unlike any other in the world.
More About Kumeu River Winery
Kumeu River Wines was established in 1944 when the Brajkovich family settled at Kumeu, 20 km northwest of Auckland City
The family migrated from Yugoslavia in 1938 and had been working in the far Northern part of New Zealand digging kauri gum. After moving to Henderson, in West Auckland, in the early 1940s, they worked on vineyards and orchards in the area and saved enough money to buy a property with a small existing vineyard at Kumeu. Mick Brajkovich died in 1949, but Mat and Kat continued to tend the vines, make the wine and build the reputation of this fledgling wine company that became known as San Marino Vineyards. In 1958 Mat married Melba Sutich from Dargaville, whose antecedents also came from the Dalmatian coast.
About Konrad Wines
From humble beginnings to a distinguished world wide brand, Konrad Wines have grown out of one man's love for Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
Family owned, operated and grown, hand crafted and estate bottled, Konrad hope that you get as much pleasure out of their wines as the happy team enjoy making them. After many years of international success, Konrad Wines remain fully owned by the Hengstler family, Konrad and Sigrun, their two sons, Conrad and Carlo. The Hengstlers originally migrated from Germany to Australia. While travelling through New Zealand, Konrad discovered Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and was immediately attracted to the distinctive character of wine. The Konrads established their first Marlborough plantings in 1996 and launched a range of wines from their forty hectares of vineyard in the Wairau and Waihopai Valleys.
About the Kim Crawford Winery
Kim Crawford Wines was conceptualised over a glass of wine and founded because of a couple of babies
The glass of wine was in London, the night big and the company good. Kim and Erica Crawford and David Gleave MW pondered wine styles of the world with youthful self-righteousness and decided the world needed a clean, top quality, fruit driven Chardonnay devoid of the heavy oak used at the time. The two babies who arrived shortly after propelled Kim and Erica to realise the notion and Kim Crawford Wines was established in 1996. Four thousand cases of wine were produced.

New Zealand Wines by Kim Crawford

Kim Crawford Pinot Gris»
Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc»
More About Kahurangi Winery
Kahurangi Estate is a New Zealand family owned boutique vineyard specialising in handmade wines
Kahurangi Estate was established in the early 1970s, later acquired in 1998 by the Day family who changed the name to Kahurangi Estate. Kahurangi is the Maori word meaning treasured possession, precious jewel, pale greenstone and blue sky. Kahurangi National Park is New Zealand's newest and second largest national park some 452,000 hectares, situated in the northwest corner of the South Island, best known for its Heaphy Track.

New Zealand Wines by Kahurangi

Trout Valley Pinot Gris»
Nelson River
Trout Valley Pinot Noir»
Nelson River
Trout Valley Reserve Pinot Gris»
Nelson River
Trout Valley Sauvignon Blanc»
Nelson River
More About Jackson Estate Wines
Adam Jackson migrated from Runnymede in 1842 and arrived in New Zealand aboard the Martha Ridgeway, he bought the first blocks of land at the heart of Marlborough and took up agriculture
Jackson's wife planted a gumtree along Jacksons Road, it is now a regional icon, forty five metres in height, depicted on the Jackson estate label. John Stichbury is the fifth generation of Jacksons to farm the land. In 1987 he established vines and released his first vintage in 1991. Jackson wines went from strength to strength, claiming the coveted Sauvignon Blanc Trophy at the London International Wine Competition in 1993. Jackson Estate now own and operate a bounty of super fine vineyards, closely managed throughout the growing season without compromise, to yield harvests of the highest quality fruit. The estate vineyards underlying shallow, fast draining, low fertility soils, grow vines of fortuitously low vigor, for the production of a range of aromatic and richly flavoured, world class wines.

New Zealand Wines by Jackson Estate

Jackson Stitch Sauvignon Blanc»
More on the Isabel Estate Winery
Isabel Estate Vineyard was established in 1982 to produce premium classical grape varieties in Marlborough
Prior to the 1994 vintage, Proprietor Michael Tiller, then an airline pilot with Air New Zealand, together with his wife Robyn, operated Isabel Estate successfully as a contract grape growing vineyard supplying some of Marlborough's leading wine producers with much sought after premium fruit.

New Zealand Wines by Isabel Estate

Isabel Estate Pinot Gris 2013»
Marlborough Wairau
Isabel Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2013»
Marlborough Awatere
More About Hunters Wines
Hunter's Wines has a reputation for consistently producing the highest quality wines year after year
Jane Hunter is the driving force behind its ongoing success. In 1995 Hunter's Wines was one of the first wineries to achieve ISO accreditation. Not surprisingly, Jane has been described by the London Sunday Times as the star of New Zealand wine. Jane was awarded an OBE for service to the wine industry in 1993, recieved an Honorary Doctorate of Science from Massey University for her outstanding contribution to the industry in 1997 and in 2003 recieved the innaugural Wine & Spirit Competition Women in Wine Award (UK).

New Zealand Wines by Hunters

Hunters Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc»
More About Huia Winery
Huia is focused on hand crafting fine unique wines expressing the richness of Marlborough grapes, from the vineyard through to the table
Huia is located in the Wairau Valley, in Marlborough, at the north eastern tip of the South Island. Claire and Mike Allan established Huia Vineyards Ltd in 1996, a small private company committed to the production of premium and classical Marlborough wines. Claire and Mike were drawn to Marlborough by the intense fruit flavours in the wines. They gained further winemaking experience in key Marlborough wineries, along with an extended spell in Champagne, France.

New Zealand Wines by Huia

Huia Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Wairau
More on the Hinton Winery

New Zealand Wines by Hinton

Hinton Hill Country Pinot Gris»
Central Otago
Hinton Hill Country Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
About Highfield Winery
Highfield is a stunning boutique Marlborough winery producing ultra premium, food friendly wines
Famed for its flagship Elstree Cuvee Brut, its iconic Tuscan style tower overlooking the Wairau Valley, outstanding summer dining restaurant and beautiful cellar door, it's not hard to see why Highfield is one of the most visited wineries in Marlborough. The name Highfield originates from the Walsh family, who hailed from Ireland. They purchased their 365-acre Marlborough farm in 1935 and named it Highfield after an area near Galway Bay in their homeland. On Highfield farm the Walsh family grew crops, grazed stock and bred horses, eventually handing over the reins to their son Bill and his wife Barbara. Bill was of an entrepreneurial nature, always ready to consider a new venture, and in the mid 1970s when he heard that a major New Zealand wine company was considering planting grapes in Marlborough he decided to try his hand.

New Zealand Wines by Highfield

Highfield Marlborough Pinot Noir»
Highfield Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc»
More on the Gunn Estate Winery
Gunn Estate Winery is a family affair that started in 1983 when the first estate vineyards where planted on the banks of the Ngaruroro River at Hawke’s Bay
Since these first plantings Gunn Estate has grown into a highly regarded producer of quality New Zealand wines including Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling and Bordeaux varietals including Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon and Malbec. The textured symbol on the Gunn Estate logo represents the Greywacke river gravel and waters of the Ngaruroro river that follow near the estate vineyards, it also symbolises the ‘O’ of Ohiti Valley - home of the Gunn Estate family. ‘From the Heart, from the Home’, captures the essence and philosophy of the Gunn family who have tilled and nurtured the estate vineyards since the mid 1980’s.

New Zealand Wines by Gunn Estate

Gunn Estate Hawkes Bay Pinot Gris 2008»
Hawkes Bay
Gunn Estate Sauvignon Blanc 2011»
Hawkes Bay
Gunn Estate Unoaked Chardonnay 2007»
Hawkes Bay
More About Greenstone Point Winery
Greenstone Point vineyards are located within the renowned Marlborough wine region of New Zealand
Marlborough is well worth a visit not only famous for its famous wines, but also its picturesque coastline of the Marlborough Sounds, featuring many sheltered bays and harbours. Greenstone Point Winery started in 1997 as a joint venture company, Greenstone Point now has its own vineyard in Marlborough and produces wine from the company owned vineyards as well as selected Marlborough growers. Currently Greenstone Point produces around 15,000 cases per annum.

New Zealand Wines by Greenstone Point

Greenstone Point Sauvignon Blanc Semillon»
More About Gravitas Winery
Behind Gravitas is a fifth generation New Zealand family whose forebears arrived in the country from France a century ago
Gravitas wines are sourced entirely from estate vineyards in Marlborough. Apart from wine, the family business is also developing other luxury gourmet products, including black perigord truffles and ultra-premium olive oils. Marlborough's Wairau Valley is a spectacularly beautiful part of New Zealand, Land of the Lord of the Rings. An hour or so from the vineyards can be found the snow-capped St Arnaud's Mountain Range and ski-fields, the world-renowned Kaikoura whale and dolphin sanctuaries, deep limestone caves, the primordial forests of the Nelson Lakes National Park and the endless and empty white sand beaches of the Able Tasman National Park.

New Zealand Wines by Gravitas

Gravitas Sauvignon Blanc 2008»
More About Grasshopper Rock Winery
Grasshopper Rock is a small Central Otago wine producer, dedicated exclusively to the production of first class, single vineyard Pinot Noir
In establishing the vineyard, the proprietors searched for land that would provide the best conditions for consistently producing a premium Pinot Noir in a elegant Central Otago style. The chosen site is situated on Earnscleugh Road, across the Clutha River from Alexandra. The property enjoys high sunshine hours and high mean temperatures and is sufficiently harsh and difficult to make the vines work their hardest. With extremes of heat and cold comes the risk of spring and autumn frosts, providing a demanding but rewarding environment for the production of premium pinot noir.

New Zealand Wines by Grasshopper Rock

Grasshopper Rock Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
About Goldwater Wines
Goldwater Estate was established by Kim and Jeanette Goldwater in 1978 when they pioneered winegrowing on Waiheke Island with the planting of the first vinifera vineyard
The Goldwater philosophy is simple - great wine is born in the vineyard. Goldwater combines old world traditional wine making techniques with modern day technology to achieve outstanding and memorable hand-crafted wines. The success of Goldwater wines is demonstrated by the fact that there are now more than thirty vineyards on Waiheke Island. Careful site selection, sustainable viticultural practices and meticulous vineyard management, including innovative trellising and low yields, ensure the production of exceptionally high quality grapes.

New Zealand Wines by Goldwater

Goldwater Chardonnay»
Goldwater Sauvignon Blanc»
About Golden Ranges Winery
Golden Ranges

New Zealand Wines by Golden Ranges

Golden Ranges Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013»
More on the Giesen Winery
When the Giesen brothers, Theo, Alex and Marcel, planted their first grape vines on bare land at Burnham, near Christchurch, there were those who questioned the practicality of their venture
After all, theirs was the southern-most vineyard in the world at that time and Canterbury was not then known as a wine-producing region. This was 1981 and the Giesens were, quite literally, breaking new ground for the fledgling New Zealand wine industry. Ignoring the scornful words of those who doubted Burnham's suitability for wine production, the brothers tended their plantings of Chardonnay, Riesling and Gewurztraminer and were rewarded in 1984 with their first vintage.
About the Giant Steps Winery
The Giant Steps winemakers are directing their winemaking towards single vineyards in locations that can support varietals of distinction
Great wine is made in the vineyard. At its best it is like a fingerprint, inextricably linking the personality and mood of the land from which it has sprung.

New Zealand Wines by Giant Steps

Giant Steps Tosq Central Otago Vineyard Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
More on the Fortunate Land Winery
Fortunate Land

New Zealand Wines by Fortunate Land

Fortunate Land Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2013»
More About Felton Road Winery
Felton Road wines is located in Bannockburn, Central Otago in New Zealand, the most southerly wine growing region in the World
Here, vineyards are nestled into small macroclimates totally surrounded by high mountains, many of which are snowcapped all year round. Though the location is on the edge of sustainable viticulture these macroclimates consistently combine hot days, cool nights and long dry autumns, perfect for the creation of fine Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling. The latitude of 45 degrees south is similar to the Willamette Valley in Oregon and some of the finest wine regions of France.

New Zealand Wines by Felton Road

Felton Road Block 2 Chardonnay»
Central Otago
Felton Road Block 3 Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
Felton Road Block 6 Chardonnay»
Central Otago
Felton Road Chardonnay»
Central Otago
Felton Road Cornish Point Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
Felton Road Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
Felton Road Riesling»
Central Otago
Felton Road Vin Gris»
Central Otago
More About Fairhall Downs Winery
Fairhall Downs is a family owned and operated Marlborough company, proudly specialising in premium, single vineyard wines
Ken and Jill Small abandoned the long, cold winters of a Southland sheep farm to pursue a vision of making good wine in sunny Marlborough. They realized their dream at a property along Wrekin Road close to the head of Marlborough's Brancott Valley near Blenheim. Ken and Jill started growing grapes under contract, planting vines on their first eight hectares of Fairhall River Valley land in 1982. In 1994, they formed a partnership with daughter Julie and her husband Stuart Smith who, like Ken, came from an agricultural background, farming with sheep and deer in Canterbury. Together, Ken and Stuart worked side by side at Fairhall Downs. Vineyard tips and techniques were passed on, hopes and ambitions shared and soon a winemaker was being hired. The first bottle of Fairhall Downs Sauvignon Blanc was produced in 1996.

New Zealand Wines by Fairhall Downs

Fairhall Downs Pinot Gris 2009»
Fairhall Downs Sauvignon Blanc 2009»
More About Escarpment Winery
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

New Zealand Wines by Escarpment

Escarpment Artisan Pinot Blanc»
Escarpment Artisan Pinot Gris»
Escarpment Artisan Pinot Noir»
Escarpment Estate Chardonnay»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Estate Pinot Noir»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Kupe Chardonnay»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Pinot Noir Kiwa»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Pinot Noir Kupe»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Pinot Noir Pahi»
Wellington Martinborough
Escarpment Pinot Noir Te Rehua»
Wellington Martinborough
More on the Drylands Winery
Drylands is the Marlborough Winery of Nobilo Wine Group, the home of the Drylands Vineyard and the Drylands brand
Drylands are a super premium range of Marlborough varietals made from grapes predominantly drawn from the Drylands and surrounding Rapaura area vineyards. These are recognized by all as an excellent expression of the Marlborough style. Drylands vineyard produces Sauvignon Blanc with intensely herbal and some sweaty characters. Fruit from the alluvial silts produce aroma and racy characters while fruit from the stonier sites has a textural character. Fruit from this vineyard shows traditional, typical Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc characters. This vineyard now has Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand Accreditation.

New Zealand Wines by Drylands

Drylands Sauvignon Blanc»
About the Dry River Winery
Dry River have three decades of quality winemaking under their belt, producing individual, high quality wines which faithfully reflect the vintage and terroir
Dawn and Neil McCallum had been looking for a site for a quality vineyard as early as 1979 and it was clear that Martinborough was the place to investigate. According to friend and soil scientist Dr Derek Milne, a founding partner of Martinborough Vineyard, the virtue of this locality was its 30-year record of the lowest rainfall in the North Island and a heat summation appropriate for growing quality cool-climate varieties such as Pinot noir, Riesling and etc. The crescent-shaped area lay along the edge of the river terrace formed by the Ruamahunga and Huangarua rivers about 20,000 years ago. From the available data, the low rainfall area was limited to a tiny locality roughly 5 km in radius, and a study of soil maps revealed that the deep, free-draining gravels they sought within this were restricted to an even smaller part.

New Zealand Wines by Dry River

Dry River Chardonnay»
Dry River Craighall Riesling»
Dry River Gewurztraminer»
Dry River Lovat Gewurztraminer»
Dry River Lovat Syrah»
Dry River Pinot Gris»
Dry River Pinot Noir»
Dry River Twelve Spies»
About Drift Winery
Welcome to Marlborough, home of Drift Wines
At the northeast tip of the South Island of New Zealand lies a unique patch of land which is known the world over for producing wines of elegance and sophistication. What makes this area so special is the soil, formed over centuries by slow glacial movement, the seriously cool nights, which help the men and women who tend the vineyards produce fruit which capture the unique flavours of the region. All around the world, certain areas are more suited to growing particular grape varieties due to differences in their climate and soil. In France, Bordeaux produces Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot whilst Burgundy produces Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. While very different, wines from both regions can easily command thousands of dollars per bottle, as they are revered for capturing the essence of these grape varieties.

New Zealand Wines by Drift

Drift Marlborough Pinot Gris»
Southern Valleys Awatere
Drift Marlborough Pinot Noir»
Drift Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Awatere
About Dog Point Wines
The name Dog Point dates from the earliest European settlement of Marlborough and the introduction of sheep to the district
These were days of few fences, of boundary riders and boundary keeping dogs. Shepherd's dogs sometimes became lost or wandered off and eventually bred into a marauding pack which attacked local flocks. These delinquent canines would retreat to a tussock and scrub covered hill which they inhabited, overlooking the Wairau Plains, designated by the early settlers as Dog Point.

New Zealand Wines by Dog Point

Dog Point Chardonnay»
Marlborough - Wairau
Dog Point Pinot Noir»
Marlborough Wairau
Dog Point Sauvignon Blanc»
Dog Point Section 94 Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Wairau
More About Deutz Marlborough Winery
Deutz Marlborough is the exquisite result of a winemaking partnership between the prestigious Champagne of Deutz and Pernod Ricard
Deutz marries the best of Marlborough grapes with Champagne methodology, presenting us with a multi award winning new world Brut Cuvée. A very stylish Marlborough assemblage of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from Marlborough vineyards intentionally planted to create this very wine. Crisp, with impressive complexity and richness, yeasty and nutty flavours, excellent vigour and length.

New Zealand Wines by Deutz Marlborough

Deutz Marlborough Cuvee Brut NV»
More on the Dancing Water Winery
Dancing Water is a small family owned winery located in the South Island’s Waipara Valley
The focus is on crafting distinctive wines that accentuate a particular takiwa (place, district, region, time, season, space), that adds individual complexity to the varietal character and allows true expression of a great site.

New Zealand Wines by Dancing Water

Dancing Water Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2008»
Marlborough Awatare
About Crowded House Wines
Crowded House

New Zealand Wines by Crowded House

Crowded House Pinot Noir»
Marlborough + Nelson
About the Craggy Range Winery
Terry Peabody and his family searched for ten years to find the place and the people that could fulfil a dream, to make some of the best wine in the world
It was this notion of legacy, to create something greater than the here and now, that led Terry Peabody in 1997 to Steve Smith and the development of Craggy Range. Together they set a plan to buy the best vineyard land, select parcels of grapes grown by the country’s best farmers, and to choose a place for their homes, cellars and country restaurant. Their aim was to make single vineyard wines that are true expressions of the vineyard’s terroir. And an ambition to make the greatest wines in the land. No small goal and one that is not achieved without considerable effort.
About the Cloudy Bay Winery
Cloudy Bay Vineyards was established in 1985 by Western Australia's Cape Mentelle, and is today part of Estates & Wines, The Moët Hennessy Wine Division
Cloudy Bay farms 200 hectares of vines at three carefully selected sites. Vineyards planted in 1986 surround the winery in the Wairau Valley at Rapaura, with additional plantings at nearby Renwick and in the Brancott & Omaka Valley's, in the southern foothills. Five long term contract growers also work closely with Cloudy Bay. The main varieties grown are sauvignon blanc, chardonnay and pinot noir with lesser quantities of riesling and gewurztraminer.

New Zealand Wines by Cloudy Bay

Cloudy Bay Chardonnay»
Cloudy Bay Pelorus NV»
Wairau Valley
Cloudy Bay Pelorus Vintage»
Wairau Valley
Cloudy Bay Pinot Gris 2014»
Wairau Valley
Cloudy Bay Pinot Noir»
Cloudy Bay Sauvignon Blanc»
Wairau Valley
Cloudy Bay Te Koko Sauvignon Blanc 2012»
More on the Clifford Bay Winery
Clifford Bay's home is the famed Marlborough winegrowing region of New Zealand’s South Island
The estate's name comes from nearby Clifford Bay, located at the eastern entrance of the Cook Strait and the Tasman Sea. To the north are the stunning White Cliffs and beyond that is Cloudy Bay. Since first vintage in 1997 Clifford Bay have worked diligently to produce fruit driven wines that are finely balanced, refreshing and pure. The Marlborough growing region is a diverse landscape, marked by expansive, flat valleys, streams, jagged hills and mountains. As well as being home to the idyllic Marlborough Sounds, it is the largest wine producing region in New Zealand. Marlborough is one of New Zealand’s sunniest and driest areas: the region receives about 2,400 sunshine hours per year. Warm days, cool nights and an average daily temperature of 18º C (64º F) ensure that Marlborough wines possess vibrant fruit flavours, firm acidities and heightened aromatics.

New Zealand Wines by Clifford Bay

Clifford Bay Pinot Gris»
Clifford Bay Sauvignon Blanc»
More About Cleanskin Winery

New Zealand Wines by Cleanskin

Cleanskin Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc 2008»
More About Chard Farm Wines
The famous Central Otago Dunstan gold rush of 1862 lured Richard Chard from Dorset, England out to New Zealand.
He arrived at the tender age of 14 and worked in the Dunstan and Gibbston areas for several years before settling at the Morven Ferry end of the old coach road to Queenstown, a place that is now well known in the area as "Chard Farm."

New Zealand Wines by Chard Farm

Chard Farm Closeburn Chardonnay»
Central Otago
Chard Farm Mata Au Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
Chard Farm Pinot Gris»
Central Otago
Chard Farm River Run Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
Chard Farm Tiger Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
Chard Farm Viper Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
More on the Catalina Sounds Winery
Catalina Sounds exhibit finesse, offer beautiful fruit intensity, are well balanced and elegant
At Catalina Sounds, the fruit is the focus - sourcing the best possible from passionate growers in Marlborough is fundamental for all the varietals. The winemaking techniques are very non-interventionalist, the fruit must be allowed to express itself. The wines are meant to be food-friendly, and not over-the-top. Subtle, elegant wines are what Catalina Sounds strive to produce.
More About Brent Marris Wines
Separated by the Tasman Sea but united by a passion for creating exceptional wines, the De Bortoli and Marris families have come together to write an exciting new chapter in the Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc story
Marlborough winemaker Brent Marris and leading Australian winemaker Darren De Bortoli embarked on a project that was the culmination of much planning. Two renowned winemaking families from either side of the Tasman, have combined their impressive winemaking skills to produce a world class Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.

New Zealand Wines by Brent Marris

3 Tales Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Wairau Waihopai
The Ned Sauvignon Blanc 2010»
More About Braided River Wines
The confluence of the might Wairau and Waihopai rivers is the site of the Braided River vineyards in Marlborough
Created over thousands of years, these vineyards showcase perfect soil structures and microclimates that consistently produce grapes with concentrated flavours and excellent varietal expression.

New Zealand Wines by Braided River

Braided River Pinot Gris 2009»
Hawkes Bay
Braided River Sauvignon Blanc»
Marlborough Wairau
About the Babich Winery
From humble beginnings in the Northland kauri gum fields early last century, Babich Wines have become one of New Zealands most respected wineries
Today Babich is one of New Zealand's largest family-owned wine companies. Babich Wines' strongly-held winemaking philosophy lies at the heart of their approach to producing interesting wines.
About Ata Rangi Winery
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.

New Zealand Wines by Ata Rangi

Ata Rangi Celebre»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Craighall Chardonnay»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Craighall Chardonnay 375ml»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Crimson Pinot Noir 375ml»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Juliet Syrah»
Ata Rangi Lismore Pinot Gris»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi McCrone Pinot Noir»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Petrie Chardonnay»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Pinot Noir»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Pinot Noir»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Pinot Noir 1.5L MAGNUM»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Pinot Noir 375ml»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Raranga Sauvignon Blanc»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Rose»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Sauvignon Blanc»
Wellington Martinborough
Ata Rangi Te Wa Sauvignon Blanc»
Wellington Martinborough
More About Amisfield Wines
Amisfield Wines are producers of Central Otago Pinot Noir, aromatic whites and superlative Methode Traditionelle
Amisfield Vineyard is located 7km north of Lowburn near the shores of Lake Dunstan in Central Otago, New Zealand. Originally a high country merino stud nestled between Amisfield and Parkburn streams, planting commenced in 1999, and now consists of 60 hectares of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc. The vines are close planted on a range of alluvial and glacial schist soils imparting balance in the vines growth and productivity.

New Zealand Wines by Amisfield

Amisfield Breakneck Reserve Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
Amisfield Chenin Blanc»
Central Otago
Amisfield Fume Blanc»
Central Otago
Amisfield Pinot Gris»
Central Otago
Amisfield Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
Amisfield Pinot Noir 375ml»
Central Otago
Amisfield Pinot Rose»
Central Otago
Amisfield RKV Reserve Pinot Noir»
Central Otago
Amisfield Sauvignon Blanc»
Central Otago