Miro Vineyard is in the Onetangi wine-growing region and comprises a 4.2 hectare vineyard and the outstanding Tapas restaurant called Casita Miro. Miro is the closest vineyard to Onetangi Beach, a summer playground for holiday makers. Views from the vineyard are spectacular, looking out over the vines, the village and the sea. Grapes in the region ripen to a rare succulent intensity in the hot summer sun. The mineral rich soil provides the vines with flavour-enhancing elements. Red grapes such as Syrah and Bordeaux varietals are our focus here but we also grow beautiful Pinot Gris, Albarino and a small amount of Viognier that is grown primarily to blend with the Syrah. We are delighted to announce the release of our favourite summer wine, the Rosé 2019!
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THE BOND FAMILY
Barnett and Cat have been growing grapes and making wine on the 'Bond Estate' for 20 years. Over recent years, Barnett has focused on the grapes and Cat on the award winning Casita Miro Restaurant. Make sure to check the progress on Barnett's 'Gaudi-esque' mosaic wall next time you are at the restaurant. Their three children George, Harrison and Miro were born in to slavery and have grown up working on the vineyards and at the restaurant. They have recently been granted their freedom.
THE BOND BAR
High above Casita Miro's art nouveau inspired dining pavilion lies our mosaiced masterpiece, The Bond Bar. This outdoor space draws inspiration from Antoni Gaudi's Parque Guell in Barcelona, and is the result of 7 years labour by Winemaker Barnett Bond. It is here that we offer tastings of Miro Vineyard wines.
If you'd like to try your hand at your own mosaics you can find everything you need at http://blog.mosaicartsupply.com/.
From sun kissed slopes by the sea on the island of Waiheke comes the grape. From France, the idea and the inspiration for a new refreshing and stimulating taste experience.Flavours of the summer berry fruit are captured in every bottle of Madame Rouge. This fine aperitif is made from 100% red grapes grown on Waiheke Island. The first taste will suggest a full bodied, rich and vivacious summer affair. She is heady like champagne and you should let her lead you along byways that you will never glimpse without her.She is the first truly iconic New Zealand aperitif. Because of the purity of the vinification, those who sip a glass have reported a sense of wellbeing. Madame Rouge is becoming recognized outside her current circle of friends who already know she is the most stylish aperitif. Always offer your friends a small glass as they arrive. Savoire faire.