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In 1981, Pask planted the first vines in an ancient Ngaruroro riverbed, founding Hawke’s Bay's renowned Gimblett Gravels wine district. More than 30 years later, Pask winemaker Kate Radburnd remains as passionate as ever about creating wines to be shared and enjoyed.
Every bottle of Pask wine embodies the decades of experience, ethos of sustainability and care taken during every step of the winemaking process, elegantly expressing our unique terroir.
Pask operates all 59 Ha of our Gimblett Gravels vineyards and the winery under Sustainable Winegrowing NZ accreditation, having done so the programme’s inception. We are proud to have been actively involved in the initial planning and implementation of the initiative and continue to give our support to its aims. The soil of the Gimblett Gravels Winegrowing District™ is a unique area of land, comprising alluvial deposits exposed when the Ngaruroro River flooded and established a new path; as a result this soil is laden with stones, gravel and silt and is very free draining. It is this quality, coupled… Continue reading →