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2011 'Aroha' Pinot Noir receives GOLD medal

The 2011 'Aroha' Pinot Noir from our Te Muna Road Vineyard in Martinborough has received a gold medal in the Drinks Business Global Pinot Noir Masters, one of the world's most prestigious wine competitions. Craggy Range was the sole New Zealand gold medal winner both overall and in the 'Oaked £30-plus' category.... Read More

Update from the Chief Winemaker


We are currently in the midst of the 2014 harvest which is yet another opportunity for our great estates to tell their unique story and how they have performed during the 2013-2014 growing season. When the collective dreams of Terry Peabody and Steve Smith MW came together, Craggy Range was formed with strong aspirations to become regarded in the upper echelon of fine wine producers from around the world. This will be no small feat and as humble kiwis, we are proud of where we currently sit and also know we are still finding our feet.... Read More

Update from Steve Smith, MW

This is a wonderful time of year in Hawke’s Bay and we head into summer having made it through the early parts of spring without the threat of heavy frosts creating issues in our vineyards. Our vines are very content and showing excellent fruiting potential. Usually Labour weekend marks the end of the real drama, although you never know when a streaking southerly from the Antarctic can bring icy conditions. The vineyards are really showing their strength in this warm, dry and relatively windless start to spring so it has been a great introduction to the growing season.
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