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Hawke's Bay Winegrowers

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Business Type: Winery


Welcome to Hawke's Bay Winegrowers. Hawke's Bay is the oldest wine region in NZ and the 2nd largest, we are NZ's leading producer of full-bodied red wines.

Address: 501 Gloucester Street, Taradale, Napier 4142 Napier & Hawke's Bay

Phone: view phone+6468763418


E-mail: send an e-mail


Hawke's Bay Winegrowers Inc is the official regional wine industry organisation representing all wineries and growers. Formed in 2006, early growers and winemakers organisations amalgamated to form one industry body. Our aim is to build the Hawke's Bay fine wine category in achieving international recognition as a sustainable and profitable world class wine producing region. We have over 70 winery members and over 145 grower members.

Regional Promotion and Marketing

Raising the profile of Hawke's Bay Wine is an important part of our strategic plan and is critical to the long-term future in an increasingly competitive marketplace. Promotional activities take place regionally, nationally and internationally .

Regional marketing has been developed around a red wine promotion platform. This enables us to tell the story of Hawke's Bay terrôir, and so, other varieties and sub-regions in turn. Members are able to access all regional promotional material to ensure a consistent and cohesive story is told.


The Hawke's Bay Focus Research Group investigates and contracts research relating specifically to Hawke's Bay industry issues in order to maintain and increase quality.

Findings and reports from previous research can be accessed via the Members Section of this website and are free.


501 Gloucester Street, Taradale, Napier 4142

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