The Mouat family founded the magnificent Mangaorapa Station in southern Hawke's Bay in the mid-20th century. The recent decision to grow grapes has paid off.
Conditions more often identified with the Wairarapa than Hawke's Bay have helped produce beautifully scented pinot noir, wild honey-laced sauvignons and enticing pinot gris. The wines are all made off-site by Warren Gibson at Trinity Hill.
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