Nga Waka are a family-owned winegrower producing small volumes of fine Martinborough wine from estate-grown grapes, mainly Pinot Noir and Chardonnay and small amounts of Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling.
Follow your feet on these guided tasting experiences that include olive oil tasting, wine and food matching, a few brews and a sneaky peek behind the scenes - all within the Martinborough township of New Zealand's only true wine village.
The Grava cellar door is located in the heart of Martinborough where they produce quality single vineyard wines from Pinot Noir, Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc grapes.
From Celtic roots, ‘Le Grá’ means ‘with love’ and that’s how this family winery create beautiful wines right here in the Wairarapa.
Sit back, relax and enjoy the day. Small groups, local guides, selected wineries, fine New Zealand wines and gourmet food. Tours available from both Wellington and the Wairarapa towns. Visit the award-winning Martinborough wine region on this all inclusive wine tour and treat your taste buds
Moy Hall wines are homegrown, handpicked and tastings are often poured by the winemaker. Enjoy casual dining among the vines with the chef’s lunch menu of shared-plates featuring local lamb, seafood, olive oil, herbs and seasonal salads.
Braden and Gabrielle Crosby make textured white wines and perfumed pinot noir from their four hectare vineyard in the heart of Martinborough. Visit for a tastings which are private, intimate and informative, and run for 45-60 minutes for up to 10 people.Bookings are essential.
A unique self-service wine experience in the heart of Martinborough with over 60 local wines always available for tasting. Everything you can try you can buy.
Cycling holidays don’t mean you need to ride every day. Give yourself a break from the saddle and explore. There’s plenty to do and see near the Remutaka Cycle Trail and you’re close to the Wairarapa’s five towns Martinborough, Featherston, Greytown, Carterton and Masterton.
Cottier Estate is a boutique vineyard offering tastings in a magical location next to the Ruamahanga River near Masterton.