Book your Motorhome
Pick Up Date
Pick Up Date is required*
Drop Off Date
Drop Off Date is required*
Pick Up Location
Pick Up Location is required*
Drop Off Location
Drop Off Location is required*
Passengers
Drivers Licence
Drivers Licence is required*

maui winery havens

only

$140 per night

Overnight wine experiences

The perfect blend

Call Us

perfect blend

maui Winery Havens

- A Perfect Blend

Share


Enjoy an overnight wine experience with maui

Enjoy an overnight wine experience like no other with maui Winery Havens. Imagine waking up to sweeping views across a beautiful vineyard, sampling distinctly New Zealand wines and learning about how to blend old world artistry with the latest technology to produce award-winning wines.

Now you have the opportunity to stay overnight at some of New Zealand’s best wineries in the comfort of your maui motorhome. Exclusive to maui customers, we have hand picked some of New Zealand’s most picturesque wineries, to create a world class Winery Havens network. Winery Havens has been designed to provide our customers with an incredible experience staying overnight on the grounds of some of New Zealand’s most exclusive wineries, tasting the freshest local food and wine, all for NZ$140.

What’s included:

  • One night stay, in your maui motorhome (please note, sites are not powered)
  • Exclusive site location
  • Gourmet hamper for two people, accompanied by a bottle of wine
  • Access to the wineries vintners (dependent on availability)
  • Cost - NZ$140 per night (additional hampers $90 each)

About the wineries:

Each winery has been hand picked by maui, to offer you the best of a blend of New Zealand wine and countryside. For more information about each individual winery, click on the location tabs below.

Additional information:

  • Security: Your winery haven is on a well secured site
  • Bathrooms: There are no toilet facilities available, however your motorhome will have a shower and toilet facility for your overnight stay
  • Power: Sites are not powered. However, you will have gas cooking facilities in your motorhome

For more information or to book your Winery Haven stay, contact us today:

E-mail: direct@maui-rentals.com

Phone: Within New Zealand: 0800 651 080 (freephone)

Australia: 1300 363 800

International: 00 800 200 80 801

Oysters Couple Salad

Join thousands of fellow
RV travellers


Get our FREE GUIDE & Expert Travel Tips

Please confirm subscription
in your email.
!

Mercury Bay

The Mercury Bay's rugged coastline covers some 20km of the eastern Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand. The vineyard, took its original name from one of the landmarks in the area. The Cooks Beach area provides a perfectly suited environment for our grapes - we are protected from the prevailing westerly weather by the ranges and our soil is well matched to growing Pinot Noir grapes.

Website: www.mercurybayestate.co.nz


Gibson Bridge Winery

Gibson Bridge is a boutique family owned vineyard located in Renwick, the heart of New Zealand's premium white grape growing region - Marlborough. Howard and Julie Simmonds have established, and tend their vineyard on the bank of the fast flowing alpine fed Gibson Creek. Howard planted the block with Pinot Gris as a mainstay but also with tiny quantities of Syrah, Malbec, Merlot, Pinot Noir and Gewürtztraminer. Gibson Bridge produce small quantities of premium wine with Howard the Viticulturist and David Tyney the Winemaker.

Website: www.gibsonbridge.co.nz

1. What differentiates your vineyard to others in the region?
We are a family developed, owned and operated winery, truly boutique with only 6 acres and 5500 vines – all hand crafted Pinot Gris specialists with more Pinot Gris in styles than anywhere else in New Zealand. We also have Gewurztraminer and a one barrel blend of four varieties of red wines. We are close to the heart of Marlborough's  grape  growing area Renwick, on the main highway Blenheim to Nelson – you can’t miss us.  One interesting fact is we supply wine to NZ Parliament and 90% of Blenheim’s restaurants. We can also ship personal wine orders door to door  to most places in the world so no need to panic if you like what you try – you can probably send some home ahead of you.

2. What’s your most popular wine?
Pinot Gris and Gewürztraminer

3. What’s your favourite wine to produce?
Pinot Gris, Gewurztraminer and red blend

4. Does your vineyard have a restaurant? What style is it? Popular dish?
No restaurant on site but only a 5 minute drive from Renwick.

5. What else would you recommend people do while they are in they’re in the region?
Visit Omaka Aircraft museum, do a Wine tasting tour and drive the beautiful Marlborough Sounds


Linden Estate

Linden Estate's vineyards are situated on the slopes of the Esk Valley hills, enjoying the warm climate of the Hawkes Bay. This provides a unique microclimate which protects the vineyard from frost and gives stunning views through the valley. Hawkes Bay is known as a warm area of New Zealand, with moderate rainfall and abundant sunshine. Esk Valley is the most northerly of the Hawkes Bay wine growing areas and is one of the oldest vineyard locations in the area.

Website: www.lindenestatewinery.co.nz


Coney Wines

Coney Wines, established in Martinborough in 1996 with the long-handled spade, is operated, hands on, by ex-city dwellers Tim and Margaret Coney. Tim does the viticulture, daughter Lisa the winemaking and Margaret is the food loving chef at their thriving Trio Café.

The Coney guiding principle of small is beautiful means modest volumes of each of their wines – Pinot Noir, Syrah, Pinot Gris, 3 rieslings and Ramblin” Rosé.

The treble clef adorning Coney wine bottle labels denotes the happy harmony people experience when they drink Coney Wines. As a bonus there is an edgy poem on each back label.

Website: www.coneywines.co.nz

Please note, Coney Wines is closed August & September each year. maui Winery havens are not available over these months.


Carrick Wines

Bannockburn, home to Carrick wines is found deep in the southern interior of the South Island of New Zealand in the wine region of Central Otago. Nestled at the southern end of one of the broad glacial river valleys surrounded by the Cairnmuir and Carrick mountain ranges, Bannockburn enjoys a continental climate with low rainfall and high sunshine hours. The long cool autumns with their warm days and cool nights create ideal conditions for the production of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling. Other grape varieties such as Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Gris also thrive in Central Otago's microclimate.

Website: http://www.carrick.co.nz

1. What differentiates your vineyard to others in the region?
Carrick is distinctive from other vineyards in a number of ways. It is one of the oldest vineyards in the region, and as such Carrick is one of the pioneering wineries in Bannockburn. It is organic, having been certified organic through BioGroNZ since 2008. With our emphasis on place in the Bannockburn sub-region, we endeavour to produce wine that reflects our terroir, and through our restaurant provide meals which match our wines.

2. What’s your most popular wine?
Pinot Noir is our focus, with the Bannockburn Pinot Noir being our flagship wine. Our recent years we have found that Chardonnay is rapidly becoming our most popular white wine.

3. What’s your favourite wine to produce?
We make 2 Chardonnays, which we love producing. The Bannockburn Chardonnay is fermented and aged in barrel for about 12 months, with the Cairnmuir Terraces EBM having 18 months in barrel.

4. Does your vineyard have a restaurant? What style is it?
The restaurant is an integral part of Carrick. We are a lunch time restaurant, focusing on seasonal, local produce. The menu changes with each season.

5. Your must-do's in the area?
There are a number of interesting things to do locally. For anyone wanting a short walk the Bannockburn diggings walk, situated in nearby Felton Road is an interesting trip into the goldmining history of the area. Old Cromwell Town has a number of interesting artists in residence, cafes, and craft outlets. The Cromwell Farmers Market at Old Cromwell is open on Sunday mornings during the summer months. The Cromwell Golf Course is an interesting 18 hole course, the covered swimming pool provides year round swimming and Lake Dunstan adjacent to Carrick is a popular recreational  amenity.

Other deals you may like