Trinity Hill is an iconic New Zealand winery celebrating over 25 years of world-class winemaking in the famed Gimblett Gravels sub-region of Hawke’s Bay. The story began as an homage to the wines of the Northern Rhone, when cuttings of Syrah from Hermitage, & Viognier from Cote Rotie, were gifted to our founding winemakers. Having recognised the outstanding potential of the Gimblett Gravels, Trinity Hill became one of the region’s early pioneers, planting vines on a barren plot in 1993.

True to our roots, we pride ourselves on crafting especially food friendly wines
made from the classic varieties Hawke’s Bay has become internationally recognised for, along with a number of other innovative varieties, and using traditional techniques.
New Zealand architect Richard Priest designed the distinctively farm structure inspired building, with the first stage ready in time for the 1997 harvest.