Magnificent range of topography, soils, climate and cultures that enables nature to perform at her best.

Hawke’s Bay is the largest production region for red wine varieties in New Zealand and the second largest in terms of total grape tonnage. The benign climate and high sunshine have long-established the region as ideal for fruit-growing. Vines were first planted in 1851 by Marist missionaries and Hawke’s Bay enjoys a significant international reputation for producing some of the country’s best wines, red and white.

With its lengthy history and verdant, productive landscape, Hawke’s Bay is home to an outstanding wine tourism culture and offers a wide variety of cellar door experiences as well as regular food and wine festivals.

We are proud to bring you Ka Tahi – “The One”.