Bostock Wines

All the way from New Zealand,
an organic story born out of a love for the land and a love an inspirational woman had for her boys.

John Bostock, the largest organic apple producer in the southern hemisphere has created a winery dedicated to his late wife Vicki. Vicki’s commitment to protecting the soils for future generationsand her desire for safe, natural foods provided the inspiration for these wines.

Located on the east coast of the north island is Hawke’s Bay and Bostock Wines. Bostock has 50 hectares of prime viticulture land within the Bridge Pa Triangle containing the oldest soils on the Heretaunga Plains. Hawke’s Bay is regarded as the premier growing region of New Zealand and celebrated for its diversity of soils and warm and sunny maritime climate.   Sustainability is synonymous with lifestyle and Purity is a way of life... in the soil, in the fruit and in the passion for the land. 


In her memory, Vicki's Vineyard in Hawke's Bay NZ is producing exceptional fruit for the Bostock single varietal Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Merlot,  and Syrah. See for yourself the Bostock family’s  passion in every glass and believe the magic.

What to expect

‘Vicki’s Vineyard’
Pinot Gris 

‘Vicki’s Vineyard’ Pinot Gris, 2017

100% Pinot Gris
Tasting Notes

Not your typical NZ Pinot Gris. Pear skin, lemon pith, lemon curd and fresh bread. Textural and weighty without sweetness. 


‘Vicki’s Vineyard’ Chardonnay, 2017

100% Chardonnay

Tasting Notes

Buttered toast, kettle corn and lemon curd. Smoky and rich with great acidity and long length. Top-quality Chardonnay.


‘Vicki’s Vineyard’ Merlot, 2017

100% Merlot 
Tasting Notes

Tart red fruit, black plum, coffee, vanilla, licorice and desiccated leaves. A restrained and elegant new world Merlot.


‘Vicki’s Vineyard’ Syrah, 2017

100% Syrah
Tasting Notes

Elegant, fresh and savory in that Northern Rhône style. Dark fruit, black olive and cracked pepper. Light, juicy and complex.

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