Beautiful vegan-friendly wines. All New Zealand made, all decadently delicious, all cruelty-free! Pure Aotearoa.

Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand
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After many years spent working in New Zealand and Australia, and travelling around the world growing and making wine, Tincan is Nick Candy's passion project.  The opportunity to get his hands dirty doing things how he wants to.  Testing personal philosophies and

Moana Park is all about staying true to what it really means to be a genuine estate winery. Dan and Kaylea Barker grow all of their own fruit, make all of their own wine, and even bottle it themselves onsite

Crafting exceptional Hawke’s Bay wines. Julianne Brodgen’s passion for wine has seen a journey of over 20 years in the industry both locally, and abroad in Western Australia and California with small boutique wineries.

Established in 1968 by Bill Irwin, Matawhero Wines defied convention and made wines of boutique standing and international acclaim and in doing so, changed the face of New Zealand winemaking forever.

Since first planting vines in Nelson in 1997, Kaimira Estate has held a steadfast commitment to producing fantastic wines that truly express their land, in the most environmentally friendly way possible.

This journey started out in 1979 with the Te Whare Ra original plantings which are now the oldest vines in the Marlborough region. Allen and Joyce Hogan planted the first vines on a small block of land in Renwick in the

Supernatural Wine Co. was founded in 2009 by Millar Road owner Gregory Collinge and winemaker Gabrielle Simmers. Their philosophy relies on great terroir and traditional processes, with the aim to make all wines as naturally as possible in order to

The story of Rockburn began in 1991 when Richard Bunton purchased a 3ha ‘hobby’ vineyard. As the world’s most southern wine region, it is exactly parallel to Burgundy, and  produces award-winning Pinot Noir.

By 08.08.08, through a bold vision and a capacity for sheer hard work that few could comprehend, Peter was standing alongside Yealands Estate Winery with his sights firmly set upon becoming the world’s most sustainable wine producer.

A wave of kiwi folk were seeking a reconnection to the outdoors and a fresh approach to agricultural industries, especially that of wine. It was 1978 when Tim and Judy Finn first planted an array of different vines.


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