Biodynamic news

Field notes on biodynamic practices - how working with animals and plants keeps the vineyards in balance.

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Syrah first release

Syrah - an ethereal wine that shows lifted floral elements with hints of black pepper and spice. Super elegant and supple, a beautiful expression of cool climate Syrah that shows the diversity and strength of the Raupo Vineyard.

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2012 Magnum release

The cool nature of the vintage has produced some stunning Pinot Noir's and we are excited to release a limited selection of Magnums from the library cellar. 

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Taste of Auckland 2017

We had a fantastic weekend at Auckland's greatest celebration of Food, Taste of Auckland held at Western Springs 16-19th November.

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Seresin Estate Pinot Gris 2016 released

The Seresin Estate Pinot Gris 2016 represents our evolving approach to this complex style. Described by winemaker Clive Dougall as “treading a line of texture and acidity”, this wine has a more notable fruit driven, rose petal character than in previous years, with a cleaner, more linear style.

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Seresin Estate’s new release OSIP wines celebrate transparency, creativity and change

Cindy Sherman has spent nearly 40 years changing the way people think about photography, art, gender and identity, with character portraits that expose contemporary society.

Seresin Estate wines will be poured when the New York artist’s international exhibition opens at the City Gallery Wellington this month (www.citygallery.org.nz), in what Seresin Estate General Manager Michelle Connor calls a perfect fit.

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NEW YORK 6 & 7 NOVEMBER

RAW WINE is a two-day celebration of some of the best wine talent in the world. Featuring over 100 growers, RAW WINE is one of the most exciting collections of fine, natural, organic and biodynamic wine artisans ever to come together in the city.

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Life's too short to drink bad wine

"Whether you see yourself as a wine connoisseur or simply enjoy the occasional glass of red, we all know wine can be the original elixir of happiness or transform the most ordinary food into a feast. Wine guru Simon Hoggart shares his zest for his subject with his refreshing and extensive knowledge so that anyone can sniff, swirl and slurp their way to becoming a wine aficionado, without fear of a hefty price tag."

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Jordan Hogg announced NZ Young Winemaker 2016

We are very pleased to announce Jordan Hogg, Assistant Winemaker at Seresin Estate has been announced the Tonnellerie de Mercurey NZ Young Winemaker 2016. The National Final was held on Tuesday 23 August at MRC and the winner was announced at the Bragato Wine Awards dinner on Thursday 25 August.

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We are hiring...

We have a rare opportunity for an engaging communicator. This newly created position will be responsible for every visitor’s experience at Seresin Estate and Waterfall Bay, in terms of tourism, business, media and events. The position will seek to not only enhance the overall brand experience for our guests, but also their online experience and customer service.

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Olive Harvest

Field Note #9

After all the grapes are safely in the winery, a second harvest brings a new group of interns to the Estate.

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Seresin Estate Partners with Mineral

A new partnership between Seresin Estate and Mineral is a positive step forward, says Seresin Estate General Manager Michelle Connor.

She announced today that Mineral is to include the Seresin, OSIP and MOMO brands in its portfolio for distribution in New Zealand.

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See you at Imbibe Live 2016

We are looking forward to showcasing our wines with Louis Latour Agencies at Imbibe Live next week. Imbibe is Europe's largest on-trade drinks exhibition and the home of drinks professionals. 

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Hands-on

Field Note: #8

Seresin Estate has a definitive passion for Pinot Noir, producing 8 individual wines under the Seresin mark. Slower traditional methods are valued and during fermentation...

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Harvest

The hand-print was the first signature, the first form of art created by man and, for us, it is a symbol or our organic and biodynamic philosophy. All Seresin Estate wines are hand-tended, hand-picked and selected in the vineyard. Working this way does take a little more time, but gentler handling of the grapes allows us to nurture wines to express a unique sense of place.

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Produce

Food lies at the heart of everything that we do at Seresin Estate and we place value on organic sustenance grown between our vines. Over 3,000 garlic bulbs and 1,000 shallots recently were harvested, plaited together and hung to air in the Marlborough breeze...

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Biodiversity

Within one of our vineyards a selection of field flowers are planted between the vines, down every tenth row. As Mustard turns to seed and falls, the Phacelia grows tall, followed by Red Clover. The mix is planted to aid in the natural replenishment of soil nutrients and attract pollinating insects, which in turn help these plants to grow...

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New Beginnings

We are very pleased to start the New Year with new life on the farm. A dramatic tale of fleeing the sty on Christmas Eve, ended happily with the safe return and arrival of seven little piglets to our Estate...

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Field Notes

Organics can mean many things. This year we will be sharing a behind the scenes series of Field Notes to tell a little of our story at Seresin Estate, in celebration of our 20th Vintage.

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