TableLands Wine Co.

The Tablelands Wine Company was born in the heart of the Big Apple back in January of 2009. Once New Yorkers had a taste there was no stopping the demand that followed. We are now in over 400 accounts in the New York area being poured at top establishments such as Megu Japanese, Blue Ribbon,Lure, Soho House, Saxon and Parole to name a few. Our philosophy however is ‘Wine to the People’ and this is evident with Tablelands being enjoyed in a wide variety of all accounts in the New York Area. Cheers!

We Know our Wine, & We know some of
New Zealands best grape growers and winemakers. Great vineyards and talented people make great wine and we know how to get some of New Zealand’s top wines without breaking the bank. It’s that simple

Simon Buck & Magnus Riddiford

New Zealand State of Mind.

What makes Tablelands different? Both Simon and Magnus have family wine in their DNA with a combined 20 years of in depth experience in the US market. Tablelands is named after the Riddiford ancestral home in Martinborough. That combination of New Zealand roots and US expertise gives the Tablelands wine company an edge when communicating to customers in the market. Sophisticated with charming kiwi authenticity.

Our New Zealand Wines

We know some of New Zealands best grape growers and winemakers. Great vineyards and talented people make great wine. It’s that simple. And we know how to get some of New Zealand’s top wines without breaking the bank.

2009

Martinborough
Pinot Noir

The Martinborough wine district is “small in size but huge in style.” Tablelands pinot noir epitomizes terroir driven Martinborough Pinot Noir with aromas of smoke, mushroom and spice compliment the taste explosion of bright red-fruit flavors.

2011

Waipara
Pinot Noir

From the limestone rich, Waipara growing region Tablelands pinot noir shows classic aromas of smoke, mushroom and spice compliment an explosion of bright red-fruit flavors.

2012

East Coast
Sauvignon Blanc

The East Coast appellation Sauvignon Blanc is a blend of grapes grown in Martinborough and Hawkes Bay. The combination of the rich yet zingy Martinborough fruit and more refined Hawkes Bay fruit leads to a wine that has amazing drinkability with the richness of stone fruit, highlights of peach and lime and underlying minerality.

2011

Marlborough
Pinot Gris

Sourced from a single vineyard in the Awatere Valley from one of Marlborough’s pioneer growers, Tablelands Pinot Gris shows aromas and flavors of ripe Anjou pears and spice notes. The wine is weighty yet smooth and easy to drink with balanced acidity. For those new to New Zealand Pinot Gris there is richness of flavor associated with the Alsace and balanced with a freshness and zing that one might see from Northern Italy.

2009

Hawkes Bay
Chardonnay

The 2009 growing season was one of the best Hawkes Bay has ever seen. Taking advantage of this, Tablelands beautifully ripe grapes did not go anywhere near an oak barrel. The wine has a smoky, peachy, floral aroma that meshes perfectly with the minerally, fruit flavors.

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Wine Scores in the Press

90 Points

Wine Spectator

2010 Tablelands Sauvignon Blanc, Martinborough - "Wonderfully bright and refreshing…” MW

91 Points

Wine Spectator

2009 Tablelands Sauvignon Blanc, Martinborough - “Wonderfully bright and refreshing… Balances fleshy ripeness and refreshing acidity.” MW

89 Points

Wine Enthusiast

2010 Tablelands Sauvignon Blanc, Martinborough - Attractive nectarine and melon fruit underscored by grapefruit notes that brighten and enliven the long, mouth coating finish.” JC

TL Wine Co.

Tablelands Wines New Zealand & USA

info@tablelandsnz.com
+1 646-287-8131, +1 646-429-9744 NY

135 West 13th St, New York, NY 10011, USA


+64-27-237-731 NZ

P.O. Box, 811, Havelock North, Hawkes Bay, NZ