Red Deer Wine
Waitaria Bay Estate in the Marlborough Sounds is one of the most isolated places in New Zealand. And it is here that our herd of red deer is raised side by side with our vines, in the secluded, pristine haven we call home.
You can now buy Red Deer Wine in the United States. Wondering where? Here is a list of retailers.
Marlborough Wine & Food Festival 2014
Red Deer Wine of Waitaria Bay will again take part in the fun and fabolous Marlborough Wine and Food Festival. We look forward to participating in this great event every year and every year it just gets better!
Red Deer Wine in the USA
You may now order our wine in the United States. Red Deer Wine is distributed by Platinum Cellars within the United States. We are excited that we can now be sold stateside and are in the process of working out ordering details. If you are interested in ordering Red Deer Wine, contact Stan Simpson for details. New Zealand residents can still order online here: Order Form
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Marlborough Wine Festival
Red Deer Wine will be at the Feb 8, 2014 Marlborough Wine Festival. Come and sample a unique selection of Marlborough wines along with some delicious local produce and gourmet cuisine. If you would like to order our wine in New Zealand, fill out our easy online order form. Order Form
What people are saying
Raymond Chan Wine Reviews
Read the lastest review of all our Red Deer wines at Raymond Chan's Wine Reviews web site. In Raymond's latest review, Red Deer Marlborough Sounds Sauvignon Blanc 2013 from Nov 2013, he gives Sauvigon Blanc 4 Stars. Raymond gives all our 2010 and 2011 wines 3 Starts. You can read his reviews online.
About Our Vineyards
Our focus is on a truly handmade wine.
Owner Stan Simpson said "Red Deer Wines are totally hand worked and picked and are soon to go organic. This vineyard has seen a meteoric rise since it was established in 2004. Initially skeptics decided that the Sounds climate would not be suitable for viticulture-too wet or too windy. But Red Deer Wines have proved them wrong. It's very isolation protects it from wind blown diseases, thus decreasing spraying, and the lack of early or late frosts eliminates the need for helicopters. ".Continue Reading »