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10am – 4:30pm Mon – Sat (March 1 – December 31)
10am – 4:30pm Mon – Sun (Jan 1 – 31 - Feb 28)


For groups or special events, please call ahead and book on 03 572 9500 to make sure the team are ready for you.



Our new winery contains 52 tanks, enabling us to develop even more high quality Pinot Noirs.

Situated on Jackson’s Road in Marlborough, our winery gives us greater control of our premium small-batch wines, says head winemaker, Matt Patterson-Green.

“It gives us hands-on control of the top 10% of our wines and is almost entirely devoted to Pinot Noir, which has been our biggest focus for the past 10 years,” he says.

In a bid to represent the colour of Pinot Noir, the modern building is pale ruby-coloured and features a cellar door modelled on the original 1850s homestead.

Patterson-Green says the winery is a nod to Jackson Estate’s pioneering ethos, combining “advanced winemaking techniques with an old world, hands-on approach to produce great wines that showed longevity, elegance and finesse”.

“Our new Pinot Noir winery is a stunning piece of architecture, and, by combining the old and the new, it is a great testament to Jackson Estate’s core philosophy.

The Jackson Estate Cellar door and Winery, located just a stone’s throw away from the Blenheim Airport. Bring together a state of the art production facility where we handcraft our wines and the hut, which houses the cellar door, made using re-claimed materials to create a rustic front façade which surprisingly opens into a cosy, modern tasting room.

Designed by Brian Massey, art director of The Hobbit trilogy, our facility reflects the Jackson Estate ethos of being modern pioneers of the wine industry and a nod to our history, the 1850’s style settlers hut structures that occupied the region in the past.

Hidden from sight we hold exclusive tasting events in our Cave, deep beneath the cellar door. This is where we hold our prized vintage selections – contact the team if you’re interested in getting a group together for an exclusive tasting event.