The Haythornthwaite Vineyard is located on the outskirts of the small village of Martinborough which is considered to be one of the driest regions in the country.
The eleven acre vineyard is a family owned boutique vineyard, situated on the ancient alluvial Martinborough river terraces made up of deep, free-draining gravel overlaid with a gravely silt loam. Mark and Susan Haythornthwaite grow Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Gewürztraminer.
Haythornthwaite Wines also known as HT3, focus on quality rather than quantity.
This off-dry wine is a beautiful example of the variety. The piercing purity of gooseberry fruit and fresh acidity combine...
This wine has a fragrant, pungent, varietal aroma which will develop more in bottle. It is well balanced, with elegance and finesse.
This tightly structured and delicately flavoured wine is bone dry and is best enjoyed with food where its dryness cleans...
The classic Pommard clone that produces some of the famous Martinborough Pinots is used in this wine. It shows the...