Picture yourself on a boat, in a bay, with turquoise blue waters and Pinque in your hand.
Well before the ring of day-light savings we just can’t get enough of this wonderful rose. Pale salmon in colour with fresh and inviting red berry characters matching a clean, crisp and fresh palate.
About Man O' War
The Man O’ War story begins with a special piece of land rich in history. Located at the eastern end of Waiheke Island, Man O’ War is a stunning array of coastal hillsides with high cliffs and pristine beaches forming a ruggedly beautiful coastline.
It was along this coastline that Captain James Cook came to anchor during his first voyage around the islands of New Zealand in 1769. Upon sighting the ancient stands of magnificent Kauri trees ashore, Cook noted in his journals that they would make ideal masts for the Man O’ War warships of the Royal Navy. Thus the name Man O’ War was bestowed upon this unique land.
The first Man O’ War vines were planted in 1993. Today, Man O’ War winery consists of 150 acres of vines planted in 76 individual hillside blocks, each with a distinct soil profile and micro-climate.