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Craggy Range releases two stellar wines from the Te Muna Road Vineyard

‘Te Muna’ translates to ‘secret place’ from Te Reo Māori and Craggy Range’s Te Muna Road Vineyard in Martinborough has produced single-vineyard wines of such a quality that it won’t remain a secret for much longer. 
The latest gems from the legendary estate are the 2013 Craggy Range Pinot Noir and the 2014 Craggy Range Riesling, both released on 29 July.
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World experienced Sommelier joins Craggy Range

One of the country’s most experienced Sommeliers has been appointed Customer Experience Manager at Craggy Range Winery in Hawke’s Bay. 
Advanced sommelier Michael Bancks is working towards becoming New Zealand’s second only Master Sommelier and returns to Craggy Range after three years in France.
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Vintage Release | 2013 Craggy Range Prestige Collection - 1 June 2015

We are delighted to release the highly-anticipated 2013 Prestige Collection, labelling the three wines their finest from the 'vintage of a generation’. 

The Prestige Collection is the pinnacle of the Craggy Range wine collection and the 2013 vintage comprises three very special wines in ‘Sophia’, ‘Le Sol’ and ‘Aroha’. These wines are produced from a hand selection of the best parcels in the vineyard, expressing the unique and exceptional terroir in which they were grown. The wines in this collection are only produced in vintages where the wines are deemed a quality worthy of carrying the Craggy Range Prestige label.... Read More

Dirt and Rocks... the Soul of Great Wine.

2015 is the International Year of Soils as declared by the 68th UN General Assembly to raise awareness and understanding of the importance of soil for food security and essential ecosystems functions.

At Craggy Range we revere the impact of soils in our wines and do everything we can in the vineyard to ensure the health of the soil can contribute to the character of the wine. Every vineyard has a permanent diverse sward grown between the rows, sometimes alternated with rows of cereals, mustard, alyssum, phaecelia or buckwheat to build organic matter, improve soil biology or provide nectar for beneficial insects.

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If there is one aspect of terroir that has more mystery, embellishment and adornment feted on it than any other, it is dirt or as some say, soil. Some even think that terroir is just about soil however some previous writings on this matter have clearly disproved that analogy. Soil is simply the underground factor of terroir and probably because what it contributes can be microscopic and unseen, it is the most difficult to understand.... Read More

New manager for Terrôir Restaurant, Craggy Range

One of New Zealand’s most experienced restaurateurs has been appointed manager at Craggy Range Winery’s award winning Terrôir restaurant in Havelock North.

John Logan brings to the role more than 20 years’ experience in hospitality in the UK and New Zealand, most recently as restaurant manager at Auckland’s enduring O’Connell St Bistro.... Read More

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