A unique experience for wine enthusiasts and novices alike

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The home of Craggy Range is at the base of the spectacular scarp of Te Mata Peak, with Craggy Range itself to the south east.

Te Mata is steeped in the legends of the local Maori people, it is a place at once powerful but also serene. Traditional farming of sheep and cattle occupy the land alongside the architecturally inspired Giants winery and vineyard, named after the legend of Te Mata – The Fallen Giant.

In the heart of the Giants Winery complex is the Craggy Range Cellar Door. Looking out towards Te Mata Peak, it’s a breath-taking setting in which to taste a selection of Craggy Range single vineyard wines. Experienced and passionate, the cellar door staff will take you through the Craggy Range wines and explain our winemaking philosophy. Using interactive visuals that bring the vineyards into the cellar door you’ll learn about the different terroirs of our vineyards, reflected in each of the Craggy Range wines.

View to Te Mata Peak from the Craggy Range Cellar Door

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Browse the retail room for winery merchandise and see where some of our wines are made by taking part in a tour of Giants Winery, a unique experience for wine enthusiasts and novices alike.

Craggy Range embodies the Hawke's Bay experience

~ Robert Oliver, Huffington Post

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‘Craggy Range embodies the Hawke's Bay experience - a place where fine wine culture begets great food culture, and it's all in plain view, all from the region itself.’
~ Robert Oliver, Huffington Post

Cellar Door Hours

Summer: Wednesday 29 October 2014 - Sunday 05 April 2015 
Monday to Sunday 10.00 am- 6.00 pm

Winter: Monday 06 April 2015 - Tuesday 27 October 2015
Wednesday to Sunday 10.00 am - 5.00 pm

(closed Deep Purple Wine Club Day - 28 February, Good Friday - 3 April, Anzac Day - 27 April, Labour Day - 26 October, Christmas Day - 25 December) 

Tours by appointment only. Gift vouchers also available.
Phone: +64 873 0141