The world of wine holds its roots in the regions of the Mediterranean and Middle East, where the first vines were planted. As the cradle of winemaking, the region’s wines have inspired reinterpretation across the globe, with each varietal able to express its qualities, whilst influenced by terroir and wine makers technique, ever-evolving overtime.
Whilst drawing on inspiration of the great wines of the Mediterranean, we also celebrate that we have some of the greatest wine producing regions on our doorstep. We are proud to work with some amazing New Zealand boutique wineries as well as more established estates. Our curated list reflects our team’s passion and knowledge, offering incredible global wines. We showcase biodynamic, organic, and traditional options, all highlighting terroir, vintage, and the dedicated growers and winemakers. Explore international wines locally.
Wine not your thing? Discover our innovative bespoke cocktail list or enjoy a selection of carefully selected craft beers, creative non-alcoholic blends and an extensive spirit selection.
Cin Cin! Salud! Şerefe! Cheers!
As the air turns crisper and all the colourful and deliciously seasonal Autumnal produce appears in our kitchen, we are all about drinking softly spiced rich, sumptuous reds; think Montepulciano and fragrant Pinot… Luscious whites and juicy, crunchy rosés also feature, perfect for enhancing rich, bold flavours – but don’t worry – you’ll find all the GPO staples
and familiar favourites right at home on our list as well.
Seasonal gluten free and vegan menus are available at the restaurant, please notify our team upon your visit.
Showcasing small producers, intriguing obscure blends and some more established estates,
here are just some of the teams behind our favourite bottles that we love to drink; local, regional and beyond!
Located in NZ’s famous Marlborough region, Clos Henri is the wine estate meticulously established and organically run by the famous Sancerre wine growing family of Henri Bourgeois. Clos Henri celebrates an biodiverse, organic estate where old world French winegrowing traditions meet new-world New Zealand terroirs.
At Georgian winery, Pheasant’s Tears, wines are fermented and aged in qvevri, a unique Georgian vessel used to ferment and store wine. Qvevri were the first vessels ever to be used for wine fermentation, with archaeological finds dating back to 6000 BC.