One of NZ’s most sophisticated winery developments, Woollaston opened in 2006. The winery complex is a beautiful place to visit and is home to a growing and significant collection of art heralded by the bold Yantra for Mahana sculpture by Marté Szirmay at the gateway. The Gallery at Woollaston hosts a changing programme of contemporary, evocative and stimulating exhibitions by national and international artists.
The name of this wine (and the graphic on the label) refer to the flocks of native birds that often fly over the Wingspan winery in Nelson, New Zealand’s sunniest region. Made from younger vines from an organically farmed vineyard this is a special bottling made for drinking pleasure. There are two vineyards: Mahana and Burke’s Bank, producing sauvignon blanc, pinot noir, riesling and pinot gris. The winery name recently changed to Mahana.