Trinity Hill is referred to as an iconic New Zealand winery because we consistently produce superb examples of traditional and innovative wine varieties. We pride ourselves on crafting wines that are especially food friendly. Our small size allows us to concentrate on making exceptional wines – be they from our premium Gimblett Gravels and Single Vineyard selections or our excellent value Hawkes Bay range.
– Founder & President John Hancock
The Trinity Hill story began in 1987 when John Hancock met Robert and Robyn Wilson in their London restaurant Bleeding Heart. Over a bottle of John’s award-winning Chardonnay, the concept of a Hawkes Bay winery was born. They were convinced they could produce world-class red wines as well as white in this region of New Zealand.
John recognized the outstanding potential of Hawkes Bay’s Gimblett Gravels winegrowing district and in 1993 Trinity Hill became one of the region’s early pioneers, planting grape vines on a barren plot on the former bed of the Ngaruroro River.
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