Wine Ways, Wine & Dine Magazine, Singapore, September 2011

Wine Ways

“Setting out from Asia, our home for many years, we wanted to find the best place in the world to grow cool climate grapes and most particularly Pinot Noir – the “holy grail” of grapes and also the most difficult to grow”, says Misha Wilkinson of her impetus for starting he own winery in New Zealand seven years ago.

After 18 months and much walking over potential vineyard land, Wilkinson and her husband, Andy, found themselves standing on the dramatic lakefront terraces of Bendigo Station, a high country sheep station in the Central Otago region of New Zealand where some of the world’s finest Merino wool is grown. The couple knew instantly that this was the site for Misha’s Vineyards.

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