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    • Ata Rangi | Martinborough image

      Ata Rangi | Martinborough

      Ata Rangi is a truly New Zealand family owned vineyard and winery. Founder and patriarch Clive Paton was one of four pioneer winemakers in the Martinborough area, all of whom planted their first vines in 1980 on ...

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    • Babich | Marlborough / Hawke

      Babich | Marlborough / Hawke's Bay

      Babich Wines have been proud producers of fine New Zealand wines since 1916, when Croatian immigrant Josip Babich produced his first vintage. 100 years on, their family business has three generations of winemaking experience behind it.

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    • Cable Bay | Waiheke Island image

      Cable Bay | Waiheke Island

      Cable Bay Vineyards is an award winning winery and restaurant situated on the stunning west coast of Waiheke Island.

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    • Carrick | Central Otago image

      Carrick | Central Otago

      Carrick vineyards and winery are found within the unique microclimate of Bannockburn in Central Otago, a region that has been identified as a place especially suited to the fussy Pinot Noir grape. Because of the ...

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    • Clifford Bay | Marlborough image

      Clifford Bay | Marlborough

      New Zealand to the Core. Clifford Bay's home is the famed Marlborough winegrowing region on New Zealand's South Island. The name comes from nearby Clifford Bay, located at the eastern entrance of the Cook Strait and the Tasman Sea. To the north are

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    • Dashwood | Marlborough image

      Dashwood | Marlborough

      The bright, easy going nature of the Dashwood range accompanies food and get-to-togethers perfectly. Dashwood has been around for more than 20 years now, the first vintage being back in 1989. Along the way Dashwood has collected many Trophies and

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    • Gibbston Valley | Central Otago image

      Gibbston Valley | Central Otago

      As one of the region’s founding wineries, Gibbston Valley's focus is always on handcrafting premium wines and honouring the traditions that have made them a world-renowned destination, since releasing Central Otago's first commercial vintage in 1987.

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    • Goldwater | Marlborough image

      Goldwater | Marlborough

      Founded in 1978, Goldwater is one of the oldest wine companies in New Zealand and today specialises in producing wines from the picturesque Wairau Valley sub region of Marlborough.

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    • Grove Mill | Marlborough image

      Grove Mill | Marlborough

      A pioneer in sustainability, Grove Mill is dedicated to crafting premium wines with minimal environmental impact. The Southern Bell Frog, for which we have established a wetland beside our winery, is a symbol of our commitment to preserve our land

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    • Hunter

      Hunter's | Marlborough

      Established by Irishman, the late Ernie Hunter in 1979, Hunter's is one of New Zealand's best known wineries and a recognised pioneer of the Marlborough wine industry. Led by the 'First Lady' of New Zealand wine, Jane Hunter, CNZM, OBE, Hunter's

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    • Main Divide | North Canterbury image

      Main Divide | North Canterbury

      Main Divide's aim is to produce wines that reflect the unspoilt freshness, purity and cool climate of selected wine growing regions of the South Island. Main Divide is the local name for the mighty range of Southern Alps that ...

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    • Man O

      Man O' War | Waiheke Island

      Man O' War is a very special piece of coastal New Zealand farmland, located at the far eastern end of Waiheke Island in the Hauraki Gulf. It includes the boulder strewn hills of Stony Batter and is unique for both its ...

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    • Maude | Central Otago image

      Maude | Central Otago

      Maude wines is a family owned wine company which produce premium Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc from their winery in Wanaka, Central Otago. Winemaking couple Dan and Sarah-Kate Dineen, had blended together over two decades of high profile

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    • Neudorf | Nelson image

      Neudorf | Nelson

      Tim and Judy Finn planted Neudorf Vineyards in 1978. They wanted to make beautiful wine. Today the winery is still small (they crush about 180 tonnes) but has an international reputation for superbly structured and ...

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    • Pegasus Bay | North Canterbury image

      Pegasus Bay | North Canterbury

      Pegasus Bay is a small family owned and operated winery in the Waipara Valley of North Canterbury. The Donaldson Family have been seriously involved in wine since the early 1970's and were pioneers of local grape ...

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    • Sanctuary | Marlborough image

      Sanctuary | Marlborough

      Our philosophy is to make great wines with minimal environmental impact. The beautiful Pukeko bird, which can be found in the wetlands we established beside our winery, reflects the Sanctuary style of wine – vibrant, lively and charismatic.

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    • Te Kairanga | Martinborough image

      Te Kairanga | Martinborough

      Pronounced "tee-kigh-runga" - where the soil is rich and the food is plentiful, Te Kairanga is one of Martinborough's founding vineyards established over 20 years ago.

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    • Te Mata Estate | Hawke

      Te Mata Estate | Hawke's Bay

      Established in 1896, Te Mata Estate remains family owned, producing internationally recognised wines exclusively from its Hawke's Bay vineyards. Te Mata Estate's reputation as New Zealand's most outstanding winery is ...

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    • The Pass | Marlborough image

      The Pass | Marlborough

      Between the two winegrowing valleys of Marlborough New Zealand is The Pass. For many decades The Pass has allowed travellers to journey across the hills into the neighbouring valley.

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    • Vavasour | Marlborough image

      Vavasour | Marlborough

      The Vavasour family traces their ancestry back to the Norman invasion of England. One Vavasour ancestor is thought to have been a 'taster' for William the Conqueror. The rooster on their label is from the family crest and the emblem on the rooster is

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