Peregrine Wines

Mon-Sat 11am-5pm

Designed to evoke the rotation of a falcon’s wing in flight, the elegant Peregrine Winery building was completed in 2003 and has captured the imagination of visitors ever since. Drawing attention for both its design and construction, its stunning use of space and light has won accolades from around the globe.

In the comfort of the tasting room, be introduced to wines that embody essential Central Otago styles, stretch your palate with newer varietals, or savour a stroll through the sights and scents of our barrel hall. Looking out onto the latest wines in the barrel, there’s no better place to acquaint yourself with Central Otago wines than right here. Take advantage of the team’s knowledge and enthusiasm to expand your wine experience, or let them customize a tasting to your preferences.



For more info visit:

Peregrine Wines


2127 Gibbston Highway


03 442 4000



Wheelchair accessible.


Situated 20 minutes from Queenstown along Highway 6.

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