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Artisan Wine | Awatere Valley Marlborough NZ

Tupari Tours

The Turnbull & Doonan families invite you to experience and enjoy an authentic Kiwi farm and vineyard operation. 

Tupari is our business, our lifestyle and our home.

We feel honoured to hold the role of kaitiaki, or guardians of this place. Guided by the rhythm of the seasons and the land, we focus on working with produce that takes advantage of the natural times of bounty.  Grape vines and deer farming fit well with our dry summer and flush in autumn and spring. 

   We are working to preserve the land and develop it back to a place that nurtures our native flora and fauna, alongside the productive farm. Ensuring that the animals, our children and you... the ones enjoying our wines, will enjoy this place long into the future.

Tupari is a labour of love, and it is our pleasure to share our wines and our land with you.


T
ravel in true farm style around our Kura Marama Vineyard and Aspen Farm where you will take in some breathtaking views of the Upper Awatere Valley, check out Boulder Flat and the riverbed as you taste grapes throughout the vineyard before visiting the deer farm, be fascinated by a sheep dog exhibition. 

Duration | 4 Hours Price Range | $195pp  Caters | 12 - 24 people

Some of the options included in the tours are listed below:

  • Morning/afternoon tea with a view or Homestead
  • Lunch at The Station (Historic Seddon Railway Station) 
  • Tupari Vineyard - clifftop walk overlooking the Awatere River
  • Kura Marama Vineyard drive through
  • Awatere riverbed fossil hunt 
  • Deer viewing - sire and Wapiti stags, hinds, fawns
  • Sheep dog demonstration 
  • Exhibit: sheep farming, deer farming and Awatere geology
  • *options are subject to season and weather dependant

Simply fill in your contact details below, your group size and we can get in touch to create a tour to suit your needs! 

"It was a great afternoon seeing the vineyards and experiencing the farm (especially on the back of a tractor!)" - Hancocks