Wairarapa Wine Region


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Harvest Festival

The Wairarapa is located at the lower right-hand corner of New Zealandʼs North Island, approximately an hour north-east of Wellington.

The winemaking area is divided into three main sub-regions: Masterton to the north, Gladstone in the middle and Martinborough to the south. The distance from Masterton to Martinborough it is about 35km.



Coming soon ... Catch Pinot, Wellington May 2016 

Discover the delights and diversity of local pinot noir wines at 40 restaurants, by the glass and matched with delectable autumnal dishes. An ideal introduction to the range of pinot noir tastes and styles, and a glorious indulgence for the 'pinotphiles' among us.

113 Year Old Wine

Here it is ... New Zealand's oldest wine!  A bottle of curiously, deliciously drinkable 113 year old red from the Wairarapa!

Read about it here http://www.joellethomson.com/BLOG++LATEST+STORIES.html

1903 Lansdowne Claret Tasting 

Raymond Chan describes last week's 1903 Lansdowne Claret tasting at Brancepeth Homestead very well in 'Tasting Reviews' on his website.  Check it out on http://goo.gl/IF7nT5



Watch this space for details on next year's Harvest Festival. 

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