Welcome to Georges Road Wines.

We are a small wine estate located in the Waipara Valley, just 45 minutes north of Christchurch. We are totally focused on producing the best possible wines from our 8 hectare estate using meticulous viticulture and traditional wine making techniques.
We love what we do and you will too.

Rosé Les Terrasses 2017

Classic European styled dry and vibrant Rosé. Bright and fresh with aromas of red fruits, watermelon, and violets with zest, texture and length.

With only 250 cases, the 2017 Rosé won’t last long!
This one is flying out the door!

PINOT NOIR Williams Hill 2016

Our Latest Release, just in time for holiday celebrations.

A dark, well weighted wine with dark red fruits intermixed with savoury and herb notes. Good palate structure and texture complimented by fine grained tannins, delicate oak and with excellent length.


This month in the Cellar…

…our 2017 reds are now well through malolactic fermentation and will remain in barrel, maturing for a few months yet. With all 2017 whites and rosé now bottled this is a quieter time in the cellar as we start to think ahead to Vintage 2018…

Out in the Vineyard…

…an unprecedented season for heat continues. Very hot days and low rainfall have seen huge growth (and alot of work) in the vines, the vineyard is looking about 2-3 weeks ahead of normal. All set for an early harvest at this rate…

RIESLING Block Three 2014

A highly aromatic Germanic-styled wine with a naturally lower level of alcohol and an off dry level of sweetness perfectly balanced with vibrant natural acidity. In line with our natural winemaking philosophy this wine has not been fined or cold stabilised

Pinot Gris Selection 2016

“Bright, even straw-yellow colour with slight lemon-gold hues, a little lighter on the edge. The nose is elegantly presented with pure white and yellow stonefruit aromas along with white florals and a subtle amalgam of nutty lees and oak hints, unfolding a little honeysuckle. This is delicate, but grows in depth and intensity with aeration.”

18+/20, Raymond Chan