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Harvest 2024

Harvest 2024 was slightly earlier than other years with the Brix hitting the sweet spot in the middle of March, we look forward to show casing this vintage when its ready to go. 

We're going electric!

Very exiting to have two of these MG electric car chargers up and running at the Cellar Door!

This is something that we have been working on behind the scenes for a little while now, and we are happy to be opening these up to the public to book in and use while you are enjoying a wine tasting at our Cellar Door or staying in our Chalets.

These are type 2 plugs and run 11 killowatts of power

You MUST book in to use them to ensure that there is only two cars at a time. 

We will open these from 9am - 4:30pm Monday through to Friday. Weekends by appointment only. It will be $5 per hour to charge your car.

Please contact us at or

+64 21 025 47144 to book in, we look forward to hosting you!

Harvest 2023


Lake, 2021

Over the past year, our groundsman Danny has completed an ambitious project in certain areas around our man-made lake. The plants displayed in this image are: birds of paradise, canna lilies, miniature flax, grasses and belladonna lilies. There are also a variety of native plants on the bank area. 

Taranaki Wedding Industry Awards, 2020

Our Chalets were highly recommended by the "Taranaki Wedding Industry Awards" for  accommodation. We pride ourselves on delivering top-quality service and luxury accommodation with your utmost comfort in mind. 

Harvest 2020

Grapes, 2018



We have tried various grape varieties since we started. Initially we planted Pinot noir, Pinot gris, Chardonnay, and a selection from a local hobby grower identified as Pinotage.  Unfortunately only the Pinotage identified being hardy enough for our exposure.  In more recent times we are trialing some small planting of Gewürztraminer and Albarino.

Interestingly we had the "Pinotage" DNA tested and it would appear it is Plantet, a Siebel selection bred for cold conditions.  While we are not cold the thick hairy leaves and very tight bunches explains why it does so well in our very exposed situation. 

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