‘At Moana Park Estate, we are about taking the wine-making process back to basics - a hands off method that requires no additives or preservatives being added.
It means growing wine with honesty. It’s a comprehensive method of growing, producing, and selling wine.
The end product is a wine that is 100% plant based, low in preservatives, and sugar. Creating a wine that can be shared on any table, regardless of religion or dietary restrictions.
We believe that the less human interference in the winemaking process, the better. Lo-Fi wine... changing the conversation... naturally.
The original site in Puketapu that was first planted back in 1981 is still part of the Moana landscape, and while there has been ongoing growth in Hawke’s Bay, expansion has never come at the cost of quality.
Home of our Winery and award-winning Cellar Door, here is where we source our Chardonnay from.
Our prized Mere Road vineyard situated in the premiere wine growing region of the Gimblett Plains.
This unique terroir allows extended ripening and enhances the fruit characteristics of the berries, producing generous flavour, balanced acids and consistent physiological ripeness.
Source of our Syrah, Merlot, and Bordeaux Blends.
The Village Block, nestled away in Havelock North, Hawke’s Bay along the Karamu Stream. Source of our Chardonnay, Muscat, and Albariño.
Oban Station, situated in the rolling hills of Raukawa Hawke’s Bay. It’s unique topography ensures that only the best fruit comes off this block.
Source of our Chardonnay, Sauvingnon Blanc, and Pinot Noir.
The Messenger Block, located in Stillwater Auckland. Featuring Malbec rootstock sailed over from Bordeaux in 1863, before Phylloxera ravaged all remaining rootings.
Home of the multi-gold winning Messenger Wine, revived by Moana Park Estate since it’s final vintage in 2014.