Stockists & Restaurants


Tanya and Marty at MARTINBOROUGH WINE MERCHANTS, 6 Kitchener St, stock and sell all our wines. Visit them at:

or phone them on 64-6-3069040

They sell other goodies, such as wine friendly, deli foods, and all good books such as “The Good Life on Te Muna Road” by Deborah Coddington, sourced from Hedley’s Bookshop in Masterton.


PAIN & KERSHAW in Martinborough also stock Te Muna Valley™ Wines. P&K is the local grocery 4 Square, with a good deli, and a very good range of organic products and gluten-free goods. They’ve been in the business for 150 years, in the same family, and they are what these days is called “good corporate citizens” in that they support most of the town’s sports, arts, and cultural activities.


In GREYTOWN, Freshchoice in Hastwell St stock our wines –

In Wellington go to CENTRE CITY WINE SALES Waring Taylor St & Willis St shops


In Hawke’s Bay go to ADVINTAGE

If all else fails, email me at and I shall organise wine to you.

Miguel at ACCENT ON WINE, 347 PARNELL ROAD, AUCKLAND is our other super salesmen. Miguel is a real enthusiast and now sells our full range of wines. He has supported us from the start, when we began with just the ‘James’ label. Check out his website and read for yourself what he says about James on his homepage, headed “To James!”

Email Miguel at or or phone him on 64-9-3582552 or 0800MYVINO (698466).


CAFE MEDICI in Martinborough sell James Syrah by the gallons.

MICRO WINE BAR in Ohio Street, Martinborough sell Te Muna Valley™ Wines.

The MARTINBOROUGH HOTEL has Te Muna Valley™ Viognier, and Te Muna Valley™ Pinot Gris Italian Style on its wine list.

And PINOCCHIO RESTAURANT next door also has Te Muna Valley™ wine on its wine list.

You can drink Te Muna Valley™ Wines at some of the best restaurants in Wellington and Auckland.

In Wellington, go to:

 Avida in Featherston Street stocks our Viognier, Pinot Gris, Rose, and Pinot Noir.

Shed 5 on the Waterfront serves our Syrah.

Pravda Cafe on Customhouse Quay also serves Te Muna Valley™ Wines.




2 thoughts on “Stockists & Restaurants

    1. Hi Jerome, No we don’t yet. We don’t export any of our wines at this point. Both of us have full time day jobs (barrister and journalist) and we really need to be committed to selling overseas when we export. That will begin in 2012, in earnest. However, I have a son in Sydney, so I travel there frequently (love the city) so can bring it over when I come, if you’re desperate!

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