Our cellar door shop is open for the summer season from November until our closing sale on the last Saturday in March.
Opening hours are Monday to Saturday 11 am until 4 pm but we will always consider appointments and group bookings outside of these hours.
Phone : 0064 3 542 3491
Mobile: 021 2484 107 or 021 937 644
The wines that are featured on the website are the SAME as those open for tasting at the cellar door – so you can visit and shop at any time and from anywhere! The great wine specials are the same too!
Early Notice of Special Offers
We have just 4 special email offers per year – Cellar Door Opening Specials (in early November), our annual Cellar Door Closing Sale near the end of March (depending on the timing of vintage), Winter Warmers in July plus a special Warehouse Clearance effort at some stage during the year. Our Kaimira eWine Club members all over New Zealand NOT ONLY receive early notice of all these special offers BUT ALSO enjoy a 10% discount off all regular prices (excludes wines on special).
You can sign up (name and email address only required) on the bottom left of the website home page, at the cellar door or just email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Of course, it is easy to unsubscribe at any time.
How to Find Us
You will find us just outside the village of Brightwater, which is 20 Km south of Nelson on SH 6. Turn off SH 6 at the Brightwater sign, drive through the village and over the Wai-iti River bridge. A winery sign points down Palmer Road to the right. Follow more signs for about 1 Km to the winery at 97 Livingston Road.
Our cellar door is also an art space with exhibits by local Nelson artists, changed monthly. Almost all works are for sale and can be purchased from us; we remit all funds directly back to the artist.
The artworks enhance the cellar door atmosphere and are greatly admired by overseas visitors.
1917-1918 Season Exhibitions
Artists to be featured during the 2017/18 season are:
November and December: two Golden Bay artists known for their environmental commitment and efforts on behalf of endangered native birds – Indigo Wise creates beautiful depictions of NZ native birds in paintings, small prints, art cards, calendars and glass coasters. www.indigowise.com
Nick Feint of Stone Arrow fashions handmade jewellery from recycled materials www.stonearrow.co.nz The two artists collaborate to produce glass earrings and pendants with bird motifs.
January: selected works from those entered in the Impressions National Art Awards judged in Nelson in October. Curated by Graeme Stradling.
February: Kylie Conning – a unique take on portraits of rock icons, plus some amazingly detailed works in ballpoint pen.
March: Graeme Stradling – nationally recognised Ruby Coast landscape artist and printmaker www.graemestradling.co.nz