Standing at the coast of the Waiheke Island, this winery is a sort of observatory cell from where you can enjoy the awe inspiring views along the coast and other subtropical islands. The wine here is suited for your island vacation and you can even give a try at its restaurant as well.
Incepted in the year 1860, Pleasent Valley is one of the oldest winery in the Finger Lakes Region. It proudly showcases the designation of U.S Bonded Winery No 1 and has eight stone buildings listed on the national register of Historic places. Also known as the great Western wine company, it amongst the historical places to be visited.
Situated on Waiheke Island and accessible through a half hour ferry ride from Auckland, Stonyridge Vineyard is home to some of the richest wines you would ever find. Being a scenic place that it is, Waiheke Island is the hub for some real raw wine and olive tasting in the wineries at Stonyridge Vineyard. Incidentally, the Guardian puts this winery in the list of 'top ten wineries in the world'.
This place is a conglomeration of glory, history and fine wine all mixed together. The renowned wine country of the Auckland region- Kumeu is the home to this wineries that is family owned and in existence since three generations. Enjoy the Soljans legacy with their award-winning Pinot Noir, Merlot, and Tawny Port.
Situated in Kumeu,Coopers creek is one of largest producer of wide range of wines and styles. Established in the year 1980, Coopers Creek is a great place to savour some award wining wines.
Its proximity to the airport makes it a easy destination for the travellers. Hit this beautiful vineyard to taste some divine red wine as well as white. You might even come face to face to the outdoor concerts it organizes with music playing from rock to jazz, pop to folk. So, got the clue of a memorable Auckland trip with wining and dining? Now, time to ring up the travel planner!