Pask is one of New Zealand's leading winemakers. Our first vintage - a prized 1985 Cabernet Sauvignon - not only marked our modest beginnings but also launched the now famous Gimblett Gravels wine district in Hawke's Bay.

Drawing on decades of experience in her craft, award-winning Kate Radburnd and her team produce use sustainable methods to ensure the quality and consistency of our wines. It includes hands-on control of the entire winemaking process - from grape-picking in our 60 hectares of vineyards to bottling at our Hawke's Bay winery.

While our shelves may house awards and trophies, to us, success is measured by every bottle of Pask wine consistently delivering great value and elegantly expressing the unique character of its land and climate .

Kate Radburnd

Chief Winemaker, Managing Director, Co-Owner Kate Radburnd is one of New Zealand's most respected winemakers. For more than 30 years, she has been producing premium wines across a range of varietals and wine styles that have garnered gold medals and trophie....



Charles Simons

Company Viticulturist Charles Simons began his career in viticulture back in his homeland of South Africa in 2000, after studying agriculture and farm management. Starting out as a vineyard manager in the coastal region of Durbanville, on the outskirts of Ca....



Chris Pask

Founder Chris Pask emigrated from England to New Zealand in 1960 and spent most of the next 25 years in the air flying his top dressing plane over Hawke's Bay. This gave him the perfect vantage point to assess the landscape and pick the site for the vineyard....



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.

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1133 Omahu Road
Hawke's Bay
New Zealand

Phone:+64 6 879 7906


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