News + Reviews

  • Except from John Saker's article.

    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.
    Posted: Thursday 24 November 2016
  • Join us for a six part email documentary recreating the Mouat family's migration for the harsh, barren Shetland Islands to the Hawkes Bay, a journey that culmanates in Mangaorapa Station, and a wine that embodies courage, determination and pursuit of excellence.
    Posted: Thursday 5 March 2015
  • 2012 sees the first shipment of Mangaorapa Estate wine leave for London and since August available at The Bleeding Heart Restaurant in London, where it has been well received.
    Locally, the wine currently features in some of Hawke’s Bay’s best known restaurants...
    Posted: Friday 21 September 2012
  • Throw out the white meat with white wine, red meat with red wine theory by choosing Mangaorapa Estate’s Pinot...
    Posted: Friday 19 November 2010
  • Newspaper article by Yvonne Lorkin featured in Hawke's Bay Today, Bay of Plenty Times, Manawatu Evening Standard, Wairarapa Times Age December 2009

    Tales of Mangaorapa Station in
    Posted: Sunday 20 December 2009
  • Warm, savoury flavours suggesting brambles, glazed cherry, baked earth and mineral flavours. Moderately dense, well-structured wine with a lengthy finish. Appealing scented Pinot Noir.
    Posted: Thursday 26 November 2009
  • Attractive, gentle wine in a clearly cooler (than Hawke's Bay) climate style with currant bud and mineral flavours. Delicately textured wine that's bone dry and appealing fruit purity.
    Posted: Thursday 26 November 2009
  • Dense wine with appealing dark cherry, wild blackberry, mineral and black doris plum flavours. Pleasantly scented with a moderately soft structure and good acidity. This is an attractive Pinot Noir from a new producer and emerging wine district.
    Posted: Friday 26 June 2009

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