Waipara Springs Winery and Restaurant - Christchurch
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Enjoy fine wine and food in the heart of Waipara - Waipara Springs Winery and Restaurant pairs flavourful wines with fresh, local food.
Waipara Springs Winery is located in the heart of the acclaimed Waipara wine region and is home to some of the oldest vines in the area. These vines result in intensity and depth of flavour that makes Waipara Springs wines so unique.
Among the 26 hectares of plantings, Waipara Springs has Reisling, Savingon Blanc, Chardonnay, Gewurztraminer, Pinot Noir and Merlot grapes that are used to produce world class wines.
Tastings take place at the Southern Boundary Wines Cellar Door, located on-stie, and offering rare, older vintages that can only be sampled here.
The adjacent Waipara Sprigs Cafe is another great spot to enjoy the wines - fresh, local produce, meats and seafood have been served up to complement the wines.
Waipara Springs can host bespoke, intimate and enjoyable functions with their friendly and professional service. The Culinary Team at Waipara Springs have designed a range of menus for you to choose from and are happy to accommodate any additions or dietary requirements.
Monday - Sunday: 10.00am - 5.00pm (excluding public holidays)
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