"Haka" Sauvignon Blanc - a dry white wine made from the grape variety Sauvignon Blanc grown in the vineyards in the Marlborough region. "Haka" - a Maori ceremonial men's dance accompanied recitative. Crop harvested at night, in the most cool watch, then berries delivered to the winery and immediately subjected to compression. Fermentation takes place at a controlled temperature, and then the wine is filtered and bottled.
"Ra Nui" - a young winery, whose name translates from maorskogo language as "a lot of sun," created by winemaker with big ambitions Steve Hotchino. His winemaking career he began as an advisor to the company Allan Scott Wines, where Steve came a passion for good wine. He thoroughly studied winemaking and viticulture in EIT Hawke's Bay and on the basis of the knowledge formed his first wine company - "Mt Riley". But in 2002, Steve sells it and creates a new winery "Ra Nui" in Marlborough - one of the most unique wine regions in New Zealand. Hotchino was a lot of work on the analysis of soil and clearing slopes. Today farm owns three small vineyards - Cob Cottage, Summer Valley and Roughan Lee, which are grown grape varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Syrah. Also, more recently, in the middle of the valley Wairau was planted vineyard D Vineyard, which is one of the highest vineyards in Marlborough. When processing areas in the economy "Ra Nui" is not used chemicals, herbicides and pesticides. Wine production is based on the principle of non-interference in the process, double-crop selection and soft pressing. The purpose of "Ra Nui" is a limited production wines of the highest quality.