Pask is a leading New Zealand
winemaker and one of the most established in Hawke's Bay. Hawke's
Bay in the North Island of New Zealand has 2320 annual sunshine
hours, moderate rainfall, and alluvial river bed soils. It is the
perfect location for creating wines of exceptional quality.
Formed over 100 years ago when the
Ngaruroro River changed its course, the light, stony soils of the
region now known as the Gimblett Gravels are low in nutrients and
completely free draining.
From his perfect vantage point, local topdressing pilot Chris
Pask believed the area would produce excellent grapes. He was right
and was first to plant vines at Gimblett Road in 1981.
Our very first vintage of 1985
Cabernet Sauvignon was awarded 5 stars in Cuisine Magazine. Since
then Pask wines have consistently enjoyed gold medal and trophy
success in London, Australia, Asia, the United States, Canada and
New Zealand across a range of varietals and winestyles.
Today the Pask vineyard estate has
expanded and to 90 hectares sheltered by local landmark Roy's Hill.
Pask has earned an international reputation for its consistently
We are driven by a simple vision:
to produce the finest wines from Hawke's Bay.