Mitre Rocks Vineyard
Mitre Rocks Vineyard was founded in 2000 as a family enterprise, with the aim of producing high-quality Central Otago Pinot Noir with substance and heart.
Their 42 hectare vineyard lies at Parkburn, 10km north of Cromwell in the renowned Central Otago region of New Zealand, positioned on the flats at the base of the rugged Pisa Range, overlooking the pristine Lake Dunstan. Planted on a combination of glacial schist and alluvial soils, our vines experience cool climate extremes – basking in hot sun by day and cool mountain air by night to produce high-quality Pinot Noir.
With the Parkburn Stream running through the property and a sizeable reservoir, there is a steady supply of clean mountain water for irrigation during the driest summer months. In winter, the Parkburn gully creates good airflow across the vineyard, providing natural protection against frost.
The vineyard is intensively and carefully managed by award-winning viticulturists Robin and James Dicey of Grape Vision.