Delta Hatter's Hill Pinot Noir – named after Tom Hatter, an eccentric and colourful character who lived in rural Marlborough in the early 1900s. The Hatter’s Hill Pinot Noir is made from a selection of the best grapes grown on the hills of the vineyard.
Delta Hatters Hill Sauvignon Blanc – Complementing our Delta Hatters Hill Pinot Noir - the Delta Hatters Hill Sauvignon Blanc was harvested from a single vineyard located on the fertile, free draining soils of Marlborough’s Dillons Point sub-region. This wine has great concentration of flavour and richness.
Delta Pinot Noir is made from fruit from the best of Dijon clones, grown on the clay soils of the Delta vineyard flats. The style is approachable and supple with fragrant Pinot Noir characters.
Delta Sauvignon Blanc is sourced from grapes grown in the Dillons Point sub-region, an area regarded as producing Marlborough’s most intense flavours in Sauvignon Blanc.
Our newly released 2015 Delta Pinot Noir wins Gold at the New Zealand International Wine Show in October. The largest wine competition held in New Zealand, entry is open for wines from any country and made from any grape variety. Judging of over 2,050 entries this year was chaired by Bob Campbell MW.