Marlborough, located in the north-eastern corner of South Island, accounts for 62% of all of New Zealand's grape-growing land. The fertile region enjoys a temperate climate, which is why it is the capital of wine production in New Zealand. The Wairau River flows into the plains from the east, in the centre of which lies Blenheim, the region's biggest city.
The Rimapere vineyard comprises 24 hectares of vines that are ideally situated on the prestigious Rapaura site, where the alluvial soil is mainly made of pebbles and gravel. Sauvignon bl anc is grown on 20 hectares