New Zealand’s second largest wine region, sunny Hawke’s Bay has been an abundant source of fine wine since 1851. It’s well-established wine tourism trail also showcases the region’s art deco architecture (mainly in Napier city) and artisan producers.
New Zealand’s flagship wine region which in combination with Sauvignon Blanc, put the country on the international wine stage. Much nore than just Sauvignon though, Marlborough offers increasing depth in both varieties and terroir.
Wairarapa (Maori for ‘glistening waters’ is a compact yet diverse region of boutique producers offering high-quality examples of a wide range of varieties, supported by a vibrant, wine-focused community.