From cellar doors, winery restaurants, bike trails to boutique vineyard accommodation, discover something new in a New Zealand wine region.
New Zealand's distinctive winegrowing regions each have unique soils and climatic conditions that are expressed in the wines produced.
Our temperate maritime climate allows a wide range of wine varieties to flourish. Whatever your preferences, we’re sure to have a wine to suit your palate.
Dig a little deeper into how our winemakers and grape growers are helping their natural environment, local businesses and communities to thrive.
Browse our calendar of world-wide events where you can taste New Zealand wine and meet the personalities behind the brands.
New Zealand’s wine industry is one of the youngest in the world, but the 'can-do' attitude of our pioneering winemakers and growers put in place a solid base for our innovative, world-class industry to flourish.
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Kaitiakitanga is a Māori term for guardianship. Land is considered a resource to be respected according to the principle of kaitiakitanga.
Sustainability is deeply rooted in the New Zealand wine industry and in this ‘new’ world such a commitment promises to pay dividends.
If every cloud has a silver lining then organic wine producers can be forgiven for seeing a positive side to Covid-19. As the focus on health and wellbeing intensifies, so does interest in all things organic.
The six sustainability focus areas that cover what is most important to our industry, environment and people; Water, Waste, Pest and Disease, Soil, Climate Action and People.
See what New Zealand wineries and growers are doing to help the environment, local businesses and communities to thrive.
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New Zealand Winegrowers is the national organisation for the country's grape and wine sector, with over 600 grower members and 700 winery members.