Pinot Gris Wineries in New Zealand
Estate grown grapes from organic and biodynamic vineyards are handpicked and transformed into artisan wines through gentle, traditional winemaking – wine of passion, grace and spirit.
85 Bedford Rd1
Renwick, Marlbrough 7271
Ostler Vineyards is a boutique producer of wines of distinction. We are passionately producing wines of elegance and balance in cool-climate Waitaki Valley with uncompromising standards.
45 Bledisloe Street
Waitaki, Otago 9435
Astrolabe wines express the intensity of aroma and flavour naturally afforded by the climate and soils of the Marlborough region.
197 Rapaura Road
For five generations and over one hundred years the Borthwick family have built a farming, wine and food legacy and now the current generation are continuing to grow that story.
Aravin Vineyard in Central Otago, New Zealand is a small boutique winery that produces award-winning wines.
Alexandra, Central Otago
A family run vineyard and winery in Martinborough, New Zealand - providing New Zealand's best Cellar door experience!
284 Dry River Road
Martinborough, Wairarapa 5741
Mt Difficulty Wines is located in Bannockburn, Central Otago. Mt Difficulty is best known for Single Vineyard & Estate wines, also its second label Roaring Meg. Varietals include Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc.
73 Felton Road
Cromwell, Central Otago 9384
Swallows Crossing is a family owned Central Otago vineyard making a range of highly acclaimed Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Riesling wines. All of our varieties are single vineyard grown.
PO Box 19
Tarras, Central Otago
Returning to New Zealand from Asia, our home for many years, we wanted to find the best place in the world to grow cool climate grapes and most particularly Pinot Noir – the “holy grail” of grapes and also the most difficult to grow!
15 Scott Terrace
Cromwell, Otago 9310
As a small family run operation, our wines celebrate the variations from one vintage to another, which makes each wine unique. In this way we avoid the manufactured uniformity which characterises much of the wine available today.
Warkworth, Valerie Close