Marlborough, New Zealand

Leefield Station

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eefield Station is a range of wines that celebrate the history of the iconic sheep and beef station located in the heart of the Waihopai Valley. Purchased in 2013 by Marisco Vineyards, the property inspired them to go back to the beginning with their winemaking approach.

“Leefield is much more than a vineyard - it's a playground. A historic beef & sheep station, Leefield lies in the southern, upper reaches of the Waihopai Valley. We are developing substantial vineyards, but most of the 2300ha property will continue to run as a livestock farm."

Defined by their authenticity, these wines embody the rustic charm and vibrant flavours that Marlborough is known for.

Leefield Station
Leefield Station
Leefield Station
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