Discover the distinct pleasure from one of New Zealand’s top wineries
Here at Toi Toi wines we are dedicated to supplying you with continuously superb New Zealand wines. We strive to create quality wines that stand out by sourcing premium single wine varieties from the regions in which they are most distinguished, such as our Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and Central Otago Pinot Noir.
Carefully crafted by our wine making team, Toi Toi wines are well balanced, with a fresh fruit flavour, round body and crisp character.
Toi Toi, (pronounced Toy Toy), is a graceful native New Zealand grass. There are four Toi Toi species which have naturally adapted to New Zealand's awe inspiring and diverse sub-regional climates. Toi Toi's natural adaptability and majesty has provided inspiration for our winemaking philosophy:
To create quality, distinctive New Zealand wines by sourcing premium varietals from the regions in which they are most renowned, such as Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and Central Otago Pinot Noir.
Our wines are truly Inspired by Nature.
Whatever kind of wine you prefer there is a Toi Toi wine to suit every wine lover - we hope you enjoy!
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Marlborough Brookdale Sauvignon Blanc 2013 ...... loving those stars!
GOLD! Thanks Spiegelau ....
Don't wildflowers look wonderful in the vineyard? Clutha is waking up after winter.
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Got a few minutes? Then sit back and enjoy our Toi Toi videos compiled by our good friend Aussie photographer Dallas Nock.
Toi Toi Sauvignon Blanc 2013 - Wonder what our Sauvignon Blanc tastes like?
Toi Toi Marlborough Brookdale Reserve Pinot Gris 2013 - delicious!
Toi Toi Wines - meet Chris Young our winemaker talking 'wine' of course! Thanks Chris ...
If you would like to see more of his amazing work then please click here www.dallasnock.com.au or visit our photography tab on the menu below.
Did you know that the Bonner's practice organics on their lifestyle block in Waimauku? Check out Julie's blog .. you just might get some helpful gardening tips!
A funky little video of the bees at the Bonner's place!