See a map with 7 wineries that have a wine-tasting room with or without restaurant in Gibbston Valley in Central Otago on the South Island.
Central Otago at 45 degrees south is the most south lying region in the world that grows grapes.
While Central Otago is rather small as a wine region, it has already established an international reputation for Pinot Noir.
The variety of Pinot Noir makes up for more than 85% of vineyard plantings. Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Riesling make up the largest part of the rest.
In addition, the region also produces sparkling wine made from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes, which has been internationally well-received.
20% of grape plantings in Central Otago are found around Gibbston, where most vines occupy north-facing slopes and terraces above the Kawarau Gorge. Many vinyards can be spotted from the road as you drive from Cromwell to Queenstown.
Below you’ll find a map showing wineries, tasting rooms, and tasting rooms with restaurants in Gibbston Valley in Central Otago on the South Island of New Zealand.
Use the plus and minus buttons to zoom in or out of the map. Use the arrow buttons to move around the map. Click on any symbol on the map to get more information on a particular wine tasting room or wine tasting room with restaurant in Gibbston in Central Otago New Zealand and to visit their website.
Map of wineries, tasting rooms, and tasting rooms with restaurants in Gibbston Valley, Central Otago, South Island, New Zealand.
The following symbols have been used on the Gibbston Valley wineries New Zealand map:
|Central Otago New Zealand winery, vineyard, and wine-tasting room|
|Brennan Wines||86 Gibbston Back Road, Gibbston|
|Chard Farm||Chard Road, Gibbston|
|Mt Rosa Wines||Gibbston Back Road, Gibbston|
|Peregrine Wines||State Highway 6, Gibbston|
|Amisfield Wine Company||10 Lake Hayes Road, Queenstown|
|Gibbston Valley Wines||State Highway 6, Gibbston|
|Waitiri Creek Wines||2323 Church Lane, State Highway 6, Gibbston|
Note: This article was accurate when it was published. Please confirm all details directly with the companies in question before planning your trip.
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