Marlborough, New Zealand

Michael Seresin was so enamored by Italy and its wines that in 1992, he left his illustrious career in cinematography and returned home to New Zealand to establish his own winery. Tucked into Marlborough Sound, today Seresin Estate is a prime example of everything a 'living' vineyard should be. 

The Seresin team follows the philosophy that the vineyard should exist in harmony with other aspects of the land, allowing nature to take its course. The estate uses only organic and biodynamic farming methods, with animals living throughout the vineyard to provide biodiversity. This ethos is embodied in a simple icon – the hand – man’s first mark on earth and a symbol of the importance of tradition and nature in creating wines.

Seresin Estate is a new world winery that takes an old world approach to winemaking, and as they say, they're in no hurry when it comes to their wines. Their methods – like fermenting with wild yeast from the vineyard and letting wines spend time in the bottle or barrel before release – take a little more time, but result in a unique sense of place. Good things come to those who wait.


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