Vineyard & Winery
Terrôir, meaning ‘sense of place’, is an elusive and romantic French term, frequently used when referring to the inherent characters of soil, climate and culture, as reflected in a wine from a particular vineyard or region. For the winemaking team at Craggy Range, the concept of terrôir lies at the heart of their winemaking philosophy with each of their meticulously crafted single vineyard wines speaking of their sense of place. This philosophy is also reflected in the Winery’s restaurant, Terrôir, with an abundance of vegetables, herbs and flowers grown in the gardens at the home of Craggy Range in Havelock North, Hawke’s Bay. Terrôir, listed in the US Daily Meal’s ‘20 Best Winery Restaurants Around the World’, is a platform to showcase the wines of Craggy Range where the food, the wines and culture come together in a unique and dramatic setting under the escarpment of Te Mata Peak.