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The annual Royal Easter Show Wine Awards is the country's oldest wine competition, celebrating its 64th Anniversary in 2017. It is also still one of the most prestigious, awarding the highest level...
Events
Some adventures begin at home

Stunning weather greeted the 8,500 sell out crowd at this year's 2017 Marlborough Wine & Food Festival.  In its 26th year, the event attracts festival goers from around the world. With more than...
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Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling take out medals

We are delighted to announce the 2016 Mud House Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc won Gold and has been placed in the top 50 wines at the 2016 New World Wine Awards. A second Gold was awarded to the 2014...
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Claim 431 Pinot Noir

Mud House has been awarded a Blue Gold Award at the 37th annual Sydney International Wine Competition, (SIWC). The 2015 Mud House Single Vineyard Claim 431 Central Otago Pinot Noir was ranked 11 of...
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Mud House has broken new ground in Wine Spectator magazine, with the 2014 Mud House Central Otago Pinot Noir featuring in the Top 100 of 2016. It received 90 points in the October edition of Wine...
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CUISINE MAGAZINE - ISSUE 180 | JANUARY 2017:  Acidity is Sauvignon Blanc's rhythm section. It supplies the wine with line and energy, as well as serving as a counterweight to the sweet fruit riffs.  ...
Adventure
Marlborough

It is all about focusing the lens on the nooks and crannies of Marlborough’s sub regions, soils and climates for the brand new wine range from Mud House. The Sub Region Series builds on 20 years of...
Mud House Harvest Report
Winemaking 101
Hanging with the grapes

Hanging with the grapes “I love the drama and the energy, plus the immense satisfaction when the grapes look phenomenal,” said Lou Nisbet, who has been in the thick of it as a vineyard worker at the...
Mud House Claim 431 Vineyard Frosty in Winter
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It’s pruning time again! Once the first frosts have hit and the vines become dormant, they are pruned to maintain the shape of the plant, provide an open and balanced canopy, and to manipulate yield...