New Zealand

:: New Zealand :: Marlborough

Nautilus Estate
Established in 1985, Nautilus prides itself on producing premium wines from grapes sourced from its Renwick, Opawa and Awatere River Estate Vineyards and from a team of dedicated and specialist growers. In May 2000, Nautilus opened the first winery in New Zealand dedicated exclusively to the production of world-class Pinot Noir.   Nautilus List


:: New Zealand :: Waipara Valley

Pegasus Bay
Rated one of the Top Five New Zealand Producers by Robert Parker Guide (7th edition), Pegasus Bay is highly regarded as one of Canterbury’s top wineries. The Donaldson family have been seriously involved in wine since the early 1970’s and were pioneers of local grape growing and wine making. Pegasus Bay’s philosophy is to grow grapes of the highest quality, which fully express the features of the vineyard, and to handle these with the utmost respect. Minimal intervention at all stages from vine to bottle typifies the approach, Pegasus Bay believes in traditional sustainable viticultural management, low crop levels, minimal handling of fruit during processing and gentle pressing. Pegasus Bay wines are made with estate grown fruit from Waipara Valley vineyard.   Pegasus Bay List


:: New Zealand :: South Island

Main Divide
Main Divide is the local name for the mighty range of Southern Alps which form the backbone of Te Wai Pounamu (the South Island of New Zealand). The aim is to produce wines which reflect the unspoilt freshness, purity, vigour and cool climate of the south, while retaining in each its individual regional and varietal character. Working with the growers of selected vineyards in the South Islands throughout the season to obtain quality fruit, all of which is then hand-crafted into wine by the Donaldson Family at their Waipara winery, Main Divide’s philosophy is based on individuality and harmony. The result is a range of distinctive, vibrant wines with lively fruit flavours, which at the same time are integrated and harmonious.  Main Divide List  


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