Our range of award winning wines and champagne are carefully selected for their amazing flavours and steep historical origins.
Dashwood creates wines that are true reflections of Marlborough. Since their first vintage in 1989 they have crafted wines that showcase the region’s remarkable terroir. Their vineyards are farmed using 100% sustainable methods to best preserve each varietal’s unique characteristics. Stu Marfell is their Chief Winemaker, a finalist at the 2008 & 2009 Young Winemaker of the Year Awards.
Hãhã in Maori means 'savoury' and 'luscious', attributes clearly reflected in their wines and a toast to the full-flavoured goodness of Aotearoa, New Zealand. While selecting their wines they strip away pretension and stuffiness leaving behind top-quality fine wine that’s easy on the pocket and a joy to drink.
27Seconds is a social enterprise that wants to put an end to modern day slavery. Every time you purchase a bottle of wine, you become part of a solution in a small way. How? Because with each bottle sold, 100% of the profit is given away to provide intensive recovery care to survivors of slavery, trafficking and severe abuse in Afghanistan, Cambodia and Vietnam. It’s a small response to a big issue, but choose it and together we become part of the answer.
Lakeman Brewing Co is fast becoming the stuff of legend around these parts. One taste and you’ll know why. Lakeman is brewed from Taupo’s purest natural water and boasts malty, hoppy flavours as big as the myth itself.
Terra Sancta means sacred earth or special place. They craft wine in one of the most privileged parts of the world, Bannockburn, Central Otago, New Zealand. Terra Sancta is a 100 per cent Bannockburn producer with their four vineyards, their winery and their team all located in this unique, beautiful part of the world. Mark and Sarah, the co-founders, together with their winemaking and viticulture team lead by Jody Pagey and Len Ibbotson have a focus on not just making thrilling and memorable wines, but on providing people with great experiences.
The Man O’ War story begins with a special piece of land discovered in 1769 by Captain James Cook. Located at the eastern end of Waiheke Island, Man O’ War is a stunning array of coastal hillsides with high cliffs and pristine beaches forming a ruggedly beautiful coastline. With the belief that the greatest wines of the world are made in the vineyard, each small parcel of vines are carefully tended and harvested by hand, then vinified separately, fusing classic Old World techniques with innovative New World ideas.
Veuve Clicquot (1777-1866) is considered one of the first business-women of the modern era. Widowed in 1805 at the age of 27, Madame Clicquot (born Ponsardin) defied every convention of the day to take the helm of her late husband's small Champagne House. She personally supervised cellar activities and introduced innovative production techniques still used today. Champagne Veuve Clicquot is known internationally for its classically styled and full-bodied Champagne.
Laurent-Perrier was founded in 1812 and is recognised as one of the finest of the champagne houses. This success derives from respect for long-established traditions, dedication to quality and strong long-term relationships with all those associated with the company. It is also the result of the family's drive, led by Bernard de Nonancourt, to maintain Laurent-Perrier's independence and values. Under his impetus, they have gone through a rapid-growth phase.