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Woven Stone Sauvignon Blanc - BEST WHITE WINEThe Ohau Wines' label Woven Stone Sauvignon Blanc 2011 has scooped the top award for BEST WHITE WINE at an international wine challenge in Korea recently. In addition, the two Pinot Gris labels, Ohau Gravels and Woven Stone 2011 vintages also received Silver medals. The judging panel included an international jury for the final selection out of 700 wines. Click on the link for awarded wines: KWC2012 Winning Wines
Korean Wine Challenge 2012
Ohau fine it is NZ Herald - Monday 28 May - by Don Kavanagh
Kapiti Coast wines give Don Kavanagh's palate a pleasant experience...
Cellar DoorThe Cellar Door is now open for tastings and sales from Friday to Sunday 11.am to 4.30 pm! Enjoy the opportunity to visit the vineyard, taste our Ohau Gravels, Woven Stone and Ohau River wines. Gift ideas include embroidered aprons and wine carry bags with our stunning logo. Bring some practical walking shoes, and perhaps the dog as well! It's a great place for a walk! My pooch loves it. Look forward to seeing you.
6 Bishops Road, Ohau - off State Highway 1 into Muhunoa Road, under the rail bridge, and directly right into Bishops Road.
Wine of the Week (5 December)A review of Woven Stone Pinot Gris 2011 by Sue Courtney along with a lovely recipe for Chicken in a Wine, Shallot, Mushroom and Herb Sauce.
Ohau Gravels 2011 LaunchThe launch of the 2011 Ohau Wines was held on 29 August at the Wine Loft. Speakers included Viticulturist Kate Gibbs and Winemaker Jane Cooper talking about the 2011 vintage. Food from the Wine Loft was superbly matched and included sauteen chilli & lime prawns, seared scallops with fennel and lemon with a cauliflower puree, lemongrass chicken, pork and shitake mushroom dumplings, and more. Read Raymond Chan's reviews of the new vintage here.
Future Flows for VineyardSometimes the path you embark on goes on in a different and better direction...
Dave Munro, Executive Director of Ohau Vineyards was guest speaker recently at the Electra Business breakfast, Southwards Car Museum in Paraparaumu and talks on the company's export ventures over the past year. Read more on page 4 of the Kapiti News 10th August.
Ohau Gravels matched with NZ Mussels in ShanghaiAt a recent promotion at a wine store in Shanghai, Ohau Gravels wine was matched to Pure NZ Greenshell Mussels supplied by a wholly foreign owned enterprise newly established in Shanghai.
Pure NZ Greenshell Mussels Trading (Shanghai) Co Ltd is specializing in the trading of Greenshell Mussels™ supplied by four leading New Zealand seafood companies: Sanford Limited, Aotearoa Seafoods Limited, Sealord Group Limited and Greenshell New Zealand Ltd in New Zealand, under one brand called ‘Pure’.
With this first collaboration in New Zealand seafood industry for the export of Greenshell Mussels™ the Company is committed to providing the best possible product and service to customers in China with year round product supply and assured quality.
Visit their web site www.purenzgreenshell.com
Winery toasts future of China marketNew Zealand wineries should be taking China seriously and not believe the Chinese are only red wine drinkers, a Horowhenua winery says.
Ohau Vineyard taps Asian MarketOhau Vineyards has beaten the odds and finalised a deal to sell its award-winning wines throughout China.
Ohau Vineyard's wines, which are sold in a store in Guangzhou at the famous Pacific Wine Wharf will soon be sold in Shenzhen and Wuhan.
'Excellent' winery to make impression on ChineseA Horowhenua winery whose name means "everything is excellent" in Mandarin has made an impression on overseas buyers – and is set to make a big splash in China.
Grape ManAfter forging a love affair with Vietnam while working as a diplomat, Peter Healy has returned to Saigon to promote one of New Zealand’s most exciting wine brands. Two years later and things are going pretty much to plan for the venture. New Zealand wine is now firmly in vogue worldwide and the four wines currently produced by Ohau Gravels have won widespread acclaim from critics across the globe. Duncan Forgan finds out more about his latest venture.
Kiwis making moves in VietnamThe Maori word Ohau, the brand name under which Peter Healy markets his wine throughout Asia, sounds like "everything is excellent" when heard by Mandarin speakers.
But while Healy and Ohau Gravels are making inroads into the enormous Chinese market, he is finding things are generally much better south of the border in Vietnam.
Kapiti Food FairThe successful Kapiti Food Fair is on again. Ohau Vineyards Ltd welcomes you to taste the 2010 vintage as well as the abundance of quality produce that marks Kapiti as the food basket of Wellington. Join Simon Holst to view his cooking demonstrations, the many food and beverage stalls as well as live entertainment.
To be held at Whitiriea Community Polytechnic Lindale campus Lindale Entrance, State Highway 1, Paraparaumu, Saturday, 4 December 2010, 10 am to 3 pm.
Subdivision amongst the vines wins top awardSuccess for Landlink and Bishops Vineyard Development
Ohau Vineyards Ltd would like to congratulate LandLink of Waikanae who were awarded the top national award - Gold for Excellence at the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors conference held in mid November 2010, for the work on the Bishops Vineyard project in Ohau. The assessors rated the project "markedly superior" in terms of professional and technical challenges, complexity and innovation, environmental treatment and client satisfaction. www.bishopsvineyard.co.nz
Regional Wines and Spirits Top 30We are pleased to announce our Ohau Gravels Pinot Gris 2010 has been selected as one of Regional Wines and Spirits Top 30 wines recommended for summer drinking! Order http://www.regionalwines.co.nz/top30.aspx
New distributor in ShenzhenOhau Gravels is pleased to announce that it has appointed Ohau Wines (Shenzhen) Co Ltd as its sole distributor for Guangzhou and Shenzhen. The principals of the new company, Mr Peter Zheng and Ms Katty Zhang have secured a store in the new Pacific Wharf Wine Centre in Guangzhou to stock the wines of Ohau Vineyards Holdings Limited and will be seeking wider sales opportunities throughout the region. For further contact details please refer to “Our Wines” “Where to Buy” on the website.
First vintage trophy win for Ohau Gravels
and New Zealand's newest grape growing region
Ohau Gravels Vineyards, north of the Kapiti Coast, has just won a trophy and gold medal at
the Romeo Bragato Wine Awards 2009 for it's first vintage - Ohau Gravels Pinot Gris 2009.
Introducing New Zealand's newest
wine producing region - Ohau