Te Mata Estate

Hawke’s Bay – new Zealand

A WINERY WITH A LONG HISTORY

Te Mata Estate was originally part of Te Mata Station, a large pasture land estate founded in 1854 by English immigrant John Chambers. A homestead and stables were built on the estate in the early 1870s. Upon his return from France, John Chambers’ third son, Bernard, had the idea of planting vineyards on the north-facing hills around Havelock North. In 1892, Bernard Chambers planted vines on three plots in the hills above the homestead and began the conversion of the original stables to ferment and mature these first Te Mata Estate wines. The Chambers family sold the property in 1919. Te Mata Vineyards (TMV) was founded and the property had two other owners until it was acquired by the Buck and Morris families in 1974. John Buck had worked in the wine industry in London and previously in New Zealand with his own wine trading businesses. Wellington accountant Michael Morris and John had become partners and began an eight-year search for a location with the qualities to produce the classic wines John had experienced in Europe. In 1975, the opportunity arose to acquire the Te Mata Estate, with its brick cellars dating back to 1874 and all its original vineyards. A twenty-year development program has been launched, starting with the restoration and re-equipping of the wine cellar buildings. Today, Te Mata Estate is recognized as one of New Zealand’s most renowned wine producers, producing nearly 40,000 cases of premium wine per year and exporting to over 42 countries.

The wines of Te mata

17,50 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(23,33  / 1 L)

106,00 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(141,33  / 1 L)

80,90 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(107,87  / 1 L)

Te Mata Estate

2017 Te Mata Coleraine

80,90 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(107,87  / 1 L)

30,90 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(41,20  / 1 L)

19,90 

Includes 19% MwSt.
(26,53  / 1 L)

TE MATA ESTATE

HAWKE’S BAY – NEW ZEALAND

Get an impression of one of New Zealand’s best and most renowned wine producers.