About Trinity Hill
Nestled in the heart of Hawke's Bay, amidst rolling hills and vibrant vineyards lies the captivating Trinity Hill Winery. A widespread symbol of New Zealand's wine, the winery is renowned for yielding some of the country's most exceptional and distinctive wines.
Created in 1993 by a trio passionate about wine-making, Trinity Hill embraces the art of producing high-quality, unique wines that celebrate the distinctive terroir of the region. The vineyard's founders, John Hancock, Robert and Robyn Wilson, the stalwarts behind the internationally recognised London's Bleeding Heart Restaurant, envisioned creating some of the world's most diverse and distinctive wines right here in New Zealand. Their shared passion and commitment have seen Trinity Hill mature into an internationally-renowned winery.
Located in the sub-region of the Gimblett Gravels, the vineyard has a unique topography and combined with its distinctive climate, allows for the exquisite production of a wide range of varietals. Among these, the Syrah, Chardonnay and Bordeaux blends truly stand out, winning numerous awards internationally and engraving New Zealand's name on the world wine map.
Yet, it is not just about the award-winning wines at Trinity Hill. The winery also offers an immersive experience to wine-lovers and novices alike. From guided vineyard tours that delve into their wine-making philosophies to wine tastings in their elegantly decorated Cellar Door, visitors can indulge in a multi-sensory experience that brings the incredible world of wine to life.
The dedicated team at Trinity Hill continues to innovate and push the boundaries of winemaking to create wines of exceptional character and finesse. With their deeply rooted belief in the extraordinary potential of Hawke's Bay terroir, the future holds immense promise for this world-class winery is bound to offer.
Trinity Hill Winery; a tale of passion, craft, and the enchanting power of the vine. Whose enchanting allure keeps pulling you back, again and again.
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