Named after a historic English hill, The Wrekin is a sheep and cattle farm in Marlborough’s Southern Valleys. Jan, Andrew and their family moved south in 1998 and began planting pinot noir in 2002, on the north facing slopes of their foothills.

Now merino ewes and forests occupy the vast majority of the steep hillsides, while 30 hectares of rolling slopes form the Wrekin Vineyard.

Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Chennin Blanc are produced by organic, sustainable practices.