Our Cellar Door is re-open now under Delta Alert Level 2 with all the Ministry of Health guidelines and protocols in place.
Level 4 Lockdown in NZ, our online shop is open and introducing Ferdinand!
David and PM are in Burgundy, catching up on our vineyards and winemakers there. There was also quite a significant birthday celebrated! Happy Birthday David!
Exclusive and rare, this single clone pinot noir is a mouth-watering, beautifully silky wine with an elegant brightly textured palate ..
Central Otago wine company Domaine Thomson takes top honours at Southern Architecture Awards. The boutique Central Otago winery, has taken out top honours at this year’s Southern Architecture Awards announced on Friday night at the award ceremony in Wanaka.
Very happy to receive the news this morning from @organicwineawards that our 2020 Rosé won a GOLD Medal!! We are so delighted, thank you. Well done to all the winners and champions especially from Central Otago Winegrowers Association - humbling company! . A small batch production of this delicious pinot noir clone 6 wine is only available here at our cellar door, via our website and exclusively at Rātā Magnums available too - be quick! https://domainethomsonwines.com/.../2020-rose-1-5l-magnum/ . #organicsisbest #gooddirt #pinotcentral #nzwine #cromwell #pinotnoir #roséaday #magnum #gold...
A week ago, PM and I had just arrived in Burgundy. The days were sunny and warm, with daily highs reaching 18 to 19°. The vines were waking up from their winter sleep and there were early signs of budding in some vineyards. A week later, a storm system from northern Europe is upon us and temperatures have plummeted. It has snowed all morning and by lunchtime, the temperature had limped its way to a miserly 2 degrees! Pretty chilly for April. I undertook my daily walk in the vineyards above Gevrey-Chambertin in light snow and an Artic wind. A week ago, vintage in New Zealand was barely...
Our Bourgonge Blanc 2019 from France is sold out, but good news, the Vintage Bourgonge Blanc 2020 is on its way to New Zealand. We do have a few bottles of the Saint Aubin 2019 left!