Bob Campbell MW

Top Wineries of New Zealand 2021: 40 to 37

BostockWines: best known for championing organic grape, wine and apple production. Doctors Flat: best known for elegant Bannockburn pinot noir from a small, cool (for Bannockburn) 3-hectare organic vineyard. Passage Rock Wines: best known for dense, peppery syrah. Te Whare Ra Wines: best known for intense, stylish old-vine riesling.

Top Wineries of New Zealand 2021: 44 to 41

Astrolabe Wines: best known for stylish sauvignon blanc including subregional styles from the Awatere Valley and Kekerengu. Muddy Water: best known for sleek pinot noir, vibrant chardonnay and a surprisingly good pinotage. Valli: best known for high-quality subregional Central Otago pinot noir. Palliser Estate: best known for consistently delicious Martinborough sauvignon blanc and single-vineyard chardonnay and pinot noir.

Top Wineries of New Zealand 2021: 48 to 45

Mondillo Vineyards: best known for dense, rich Bendigo pinot noir. Seresin Estate: best known for high quality organic and biodynamic wines with integrity. Radburnd Cellars: best known for super-sophisticated chardonnay. Te Awanga Estate: best known for attractive, adventurous and thoughtful Hawke’s Bay wines.

Top Wineries of New Zealand 2021: 52 to 49

Rapaura Springs: best known for a selection of succulent sauvignon blancs. Man O’War Vineyards: best known for generously proportioned and age-worthy Waiheke wines. Margrain Vineyard: best known for being a reliably good producer of often adventurous wines. Black Estate: best known for high-energy, age-worthy pinot noir.