Our Homestead vineyard is named after the original site settled in 1855 by Adam Jackson, now named Jacksons Road where the original Homestead still resides. This is Jackson Estates oldest vineyard and is planted with Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay, Riesling and Pinot Noir. This land has been sustainably farmed by the Jackson family for five generations.
Fruit from this vineyard delivers intense notes of stone fruit, white melon and tropical characters. The combination of mature vines with the stony free draining silt loam soils have been the foundations for the elegant textural wine style that Jackson Estate is best known for.
This well established vineyard is located in Marlborough’s Southern Valley sub region, the Waihopai Valley. It is planted with Sauvignon Blanc and a number of Burgundian Pinot Noir clones chosen for their suitability to the site and ability to produce fruit of incredible intensity and complexity.
Little to no irrigation is used on these heavy, tightly bound clay soils.
Eversley consistently provides fruit that shows great depth of flavour with outstanding structure, balance and concentration.
The vineyard is planted both with Pinot Noir and Sauvignon Blanc, and is located in Marlborough’s Southern Valley sub region, the Waihopai Valley. Extremes in climate variance between day and night along with heavy clay soils produce pure and concentrated fruit flavours with outstanding structure and balance.
Fruit grown on the Somerset vineyard has elegantly lifted aromatics and a depth of minerality contributing to the structure and texture of our wines.