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Black Estate Ltd.

614, Omihi Road RD3 Amberley, 7483 Amberley
New Zealand

This company is co-exhibitor of
New Zealand Winegrowers

Hall map

ProWein 2020 hall map (Hall 9): stand E36

Fairground map

ProWein 2020 fairground map: Hall 9

Our range of products

Product categories

  • 01  Wines (according to cultivable areas)
  • 01.06  wines from Oceania
  • 01.06.02  wines from New Zealand
  • 01.06.02.13  wines from Waipara

Our products

Product category: wines from Waipara

Damsteep Riesling 2018

This dry Riesling has aromas of lime, orange blossom, mandarin and wild honey. The palate is dense and textural with salivating white rock minerals. Full, dense and invigorating.

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Product category: wines from Waipara

Home Chenin Blanc 2018

White gold hue. Aromas of pear, lanolin, nutmeg and bees wax. Very mineral palate with yellow fruits, white rocks, pine nuts, honey and salt. Invigorating, intriguing, dry and refreshing. This is an unfiltered wine with small amounts of sediment. Please allow the bottle to stand and settle before pouring. Decanting will allow maximum expression of aroma and purity of fruit to emerge. Drink now to 2027.

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Product category: wines from Waipara

Treble Rose 2019

Light red hue. Vibrant and bright aroma of crushed strawberry, cranberry, subtle rhubarb, cinnamon and sandstone. The pallet is bright and long with tamarillo, lime, blood orange and petrichor. Drink now to 2022.

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Product category: wines from Waipara

Netherwood Chardonnay

Luminous pale straw hue. Aromas of orange blossom, nectarine and hazelnut. A dense mid-pallet with fresh invigorating minerality from sandstone. Salivating and persistent with considerable length of flavour. Please decant. Un-fined and unfiltered. A natural sediment may form in the bottle.  Drink now to 2027

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Product category: wines from Waipara

Home Pinot Noir 2017

Fire brick hue. Compelling fresh and vibrant aromas of wild forest berry’s, wild rose petal, and humid earth. Dense mouth coating tannins that are tightly wound and gradually melt to reveal rich berry fruits, red current , and humus. The balance gives a clear impression of the highly mineralised sedimentary clay soils of the Home Vineyard. Drink now to 2028.

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Product category: wines from Waipara

Damsteep Pinot Noir 2017

Pale ruby hue. Deep aromas of wild raspberry, sandalwood and fertile earth. Flavours of silken and dense dark fruits, graphite, and dark coco powder. Supple but dense mid pallet tannins that are carried with bright and pure minerality. Typical white rock tension creates a long and persistent finish.

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Product category: wines from Waipara

Home Chardonnay 2018

Aromas of grapefruit, hazelnut, orange blossom, nectarine and sea spray. The palate is rich pure and integrated with a dense core of concentrated fruit, flavours taper to a salty mineral and long finish. Unfiltered wine with small amounts of sediment.

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About us

Company details

Our three vineyards and business are family owned and managed by Nicholas Brown and Pen Naish (they’re an item).  Nicholas looks after the vineyards and wines with our wonderfully committed team. Penelope (Pen) runs the business and looks over the restaurant and cellar door with another group of friendly individuals. They have two children who have grown up at the Home and Netherwood Vineyards. Pen’s parents and siblings are also invested in these vineyards.  Pen’s father Rod is a 5th generation horticulturalist from North Otago. His family grew some of the first commercial table grapes in New Zealand. Pen’s mum Stacey provides much cheer and child minding along with Nicholas’ parents. Her siblings Jo and Cam are supporters and offer fresh perspectives.

Making wines true to our sites and inviting guests to enjoy them on our vineyards could never happen without our strong team.   We’re privileged to find ourselves surrounded by such enthusiastic and talented people who appreciate our land, vines and wines. We’re learning from each other every day and grateful for what everybody brings to our vineyards and spaces.

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