Wine you can pour with confidence

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Our Wines

Perfection in every sip.

Spade Oak seeks to unlock the Gisborne NZ region’s potential, creating wines of quality from an eclectic selection of new and classic varieties. Our goal is to capture the soil, sunshine, passion, and labour of this beautiful region and put it into our wine.

Gisborne is best known for Chardonnay, and we pay tribute to the variety through our line of Spade Oak Vigneron  wines, which has grown to include Chardonnay, Viognier and Syrah. But we have a few surprises too. We are proud to offer rare varietals from around the world, such as Tempranillo and Albarino from Spain, St Laurent from Austria, and from the Rhône Valley and southern France – Syrah, and Viognier. There's even Petit Manseng. All grown right here in Gisborne!

We offer the very best our region has to offer, bottled for perfection in every sip. 

About Spade Oak

Sustainably Grown • Lovingly Made 

Spade Oak Wines were made to be enjoyed with food and friends. Made from the best that Gisborne grapes can offer, our wines show the delicate touch of a master winemaker at work.

We do what feels good for the wine. All our wines are made with sustainably grown grapes in sustainably certified wineries and bottling facilities. We are committed to what makes sense for the wine and the land that is scientifically justified in the pursuit of making  better wine. We feel deeply connected to the earth that the wines come from. We want the wines to express where they are grown, Gisborne, one of the most fertile plains on earth.



Don't just take our word for it.

Spade Oak wines have received international attention and industry recognition in the form of praise and awards. We're chuffed by all the attention, and would love to share some of the reviews, accolades and awards with you. 

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                                              can make good people”
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