New Zealand

Ata Rangi

Phyll Pattie, Marketing Director of Ata Rangi, recalls how the property was a small, stony sheep paddock when founder Clive Paton bought it with a wad of cash from the sale of his herd of cows back in 1980. His farming mates thought he was mad; grapes were unheard of in that region. But Clive… Read more »

Millton Vineyards

James and Annie Millton established their winery in 1984 on the banks of the Te Arai River, near Manutuke. Located on the East Coast of the North Island of New Zealand in the winegrowing region of Gisborne, this was the site where early settlers first planted grapevines in 1871. Annie’s father, Mr. John Clar, had… Read more »

Momo

Meaning ‘offspring’ in Maori, Momo sprung from Seresin Estate in Marlborough. Now grown up with its own identity and personality, Momo is youthful, urbane and well-travelled, with an easy charm. Seriously stylish, Momo loves good food and great conversation. Above all, Momo is about enjoyment – the simple pleasure of good wine. MOMO selects sustainably grown… Read more »

Seresin

Estate grown grapes from organic and biodynamic vineyards are handpicked and transformed into artisan wines through gentle, traditional winemaking – wine of passion, grace and spirit. Michael Seresin was born in Wellington, New Zealand, but left in the 1960s, when sheep, not grapevines, covered the Wairau Plains. He settled in Italy, where he was captivated… Read more »

Tablelands

The idea for Tablelands as a wine company began in January, 2009 in New York City during a conversation between two wine-loving mates; Magnus Riddiford and Simon Buck. However, the inspiration for the wines they set out to make was born much earlier. Magnus’s family has lived for generations in Wairarapa where they developed a… Read more »

Te Mata Estate

Te Mata Estate was established here in 1896, specializing in high-quality wines of classical style. Every step in the production of our wines is undertaken by us, from grape growing and pruning through to winemaking and bottling. Today, Te Mata Estate is recognized as one of New Zealand’s most prestigious wine producers, making nearly 40,000… Read more »