Pasquale Kurow Winery
Business Type: Winery
At the Pasquale Kurow Winery you can sample some of the country's best boutique wines. Visit the cellar door for a tasting, a bite to eat, lunch or dinner accompanied by our finest "Pasquale" and "Kurow Village" wines. CLOSED FOR WINTER.Address: 5292 Kurow-Duntroon Road, Otago 9494, New Zealand Dunedin & Otago
Phone: view phone+64 3 436 0443
Contact Name: Jules
E-mail: send an e-mail
The Pasquale Kurow Winery is found just outside the town of Kurow, nestled in the foothills of the Southern Alps. In this unlikeliest of locations, you can find a warm welcome, fine dining, and some of the country's best and most unique wines.
The Waitaki Valley, New Zealand's newest official wine growing region, has been well recieved internationally, and many of our wines have picked up prestigious awards.
Recognised for its great winemaking potential, this land was converted by wine aficionado Antonio Pasquale into a beautiful and productive vineyard. This is the source of our "Pasquale" and "Kurow Village" wines.
Next to the vineyard, in Pasquale's small, but state-of-the-art winery, the grapes are crafted into mouth-watering wines with the Waitaki Region's unique distinction, and a boutique flair.
Local specialties are Pinot Noir, and white aromatics including Pinot Gris, Riesling, Chardonnay and Gewurztraminer, as well as some rare gems such as Viognier and Arneis.
You can visit the cellar door and restaurant for a wine tasting, stop in for a bite to eat or even a full meal!
Hours of work
Wine tastings: Every day 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Lunch: Wednesday - Sunday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Dinner: Friday and Saturday nights
FROM OAMARU: Heading North, turn onto State Highway 83 and follow for about 60km. The winery is on the right, just before Kurow.
FROM OMARAMA: Take State Highway 83 and follow for around 50km. The winery is on the left just past Kurow.
Waitaki is worth the trip
Si Mack from Auckland, New Zealand - 21 June 2012 - 11:25 am
A great part of the country, the rivers flow down from the Southern Alps. Getting a reputation for great food and wine.