The distinctive Grove Mill style is largely achieved by a combination of lower cropping to intensify flavour, and the use of selected vineyards to provide complexity. Since its first plantings in 1988 Grove Mill has continued to pioneer vineyard management techniques. It utilises natural and sensitive vineyard practises to enhance the regional character of its wines, which foster and further develop the unique Grove Mill style.
Leadership and innovation are key to Grove Mill's success. Grove Mill was first to make Sauvignon Blanc a New Zealand Champion Wine of Show and first to plant Pinot Gris in Marlborough.
It can truly be said that Grove Mill wines are style makers not style followers. Grove Mill wines are full flavored, each style with its own distinctive personality. View all Grove Mill Wines
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A few other New Zealand areas include the region of Auckland, high up on the North Island, Nelson, sitting to the west of Marlborough, and Canterbury, just under Waipara on the South Island. Most wines in New Zealand will come from a designated area and say so on the label.