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Top Wineries of New Zealand 2024: 47 to 52

Framingham: best known for intense, vibrant and concentrated rieslings with thrilling tension. Misha’s Vineyard: best known for four pinot noir labels that offer a range of prices while maintaining a high standard of quality. Bostock Wines: best known for four varietals (pinot gris, chardonnay, merlot and syrah) with a proven record in Hawke’s Bay. Smith & Sheth: best known for being an ambitious enterprise with the goal of selecting the best grapes from the finest vineyards. Rapaura Springs: best known for producing large volumes of classic Marlborough sauvignon blanc that represents great value. Quartz Reef: best known for intense, ripe Bendigo Pinot Noir grown under organic/biodynamic principles.

Top Wineries of New Zealand 2024: 41 to 46

Mt Difficulty Wines: best known for the supple, savoury and fleshy pinot noir which is a blend of wines from four vineyards in the heart of Bannockburn. Forager Wine: best known for a single vineyard pinot noir made from hand-picked hillside-grown grapes using wild vineyard fermentations. Clearview Estate Winery: best known for coastal-grown Estate Chardonnay which is one of the most decorated chardonnays in the country. Nautilus Estate: best known for Clay Hills Pinot Noir which produces fragrant, floral wines with a seductive, silken texture. Te Whare Ra Wines: best known for concentrated sauvignon blanc that captures the essence of the variety in both texture and taste. Greywacke: best known for Greywacke Wild Sauvignon adds extra layers of complexity by allowing fermentation in French oak barriques using indigenous yeasts.