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Mar 18, 2022

People. Land. Wine.

In the April issue of NZ's North & South Magazine, our Marketing Manager, Bec Kyle, spoke with Tobias Buck about the Tiki Whānau and about how much all of those in it are integral to everything we do here.

Mar 10, 2022

We Are the Land, and the Land Is Us

Featured in the Feb/Mar edition of Wine Enthusiast magazine, wine writer and reviewer Christina Pickard talks about the place of the Māori language and culture in the New Zealand wine industry and how much this has progressed over the years.

Feb 21, 2022

Great Barrier Island - one of Aotearoa's treasures

Great Barrier Island (Aotea) here in New Zealand is a place we have returned to as a family many many times. So beautiful, it really is the ultimate escape, epitomising everything about New Zealand that we love.

Oct 13, 2021

McKean Family Tribute

In July 2021, at a gathering of the McKean clan, we celebrated significant milestones with the launch of two new wines in tribute to our parents (and grandparents) - Bill and Sally McKean.

Jun 21, 2021

Debbie Sparks and her Tiki whānau

In this article, New Zealand Winegrowers talk to Debbie Sparks, vineyard assistant manager, and her daughter Jarnieze, both integral members of the Tiki team.

May 15, 2021

Milford's Stunning Walk

In the South Island's Fiordland Native Park, the Milford Track has always been on our 'to do' list. A chance to spend time with our two girls, we joined family friends and headed off for a 4 day / 3 night trek into one of New Zealand's most renowned bush walks. 

Dec 10, 2018

Waitomo Caves

The area is surrounded by lush forest filled with walking tracks, streams and waterfalls but go underground and a whole new world opens up. The caves were carved by underground streams pushing through the limestone over thousands of years. 

May 1, 2017

Rafting the Mohikinui

Tumbling from the mountains and the Thousand Acre plateau, the Mokihinui River carves though impressive bedrock canyons and sub-tropical rain forest as it rushes to the Tasman Sea.
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