Forget etiquette and expert opinion. Leftfield celebrates the individual by making wine as unique as you are, from a quirky little country at the bottom of the world.
Leftfield is where you’ll find them,
these wonderfully free-spirited creatures of curiosity.
The winery is situated in the sacred Gimblett Gravels, a gift left behind from the trails of the old Ngaruroro River, which meandered through the region until a huge flood changed its course in 1867.
Under the watchful eye of winemaker, Richard Painter, a sense of exploration runs deep at Leftfield, just like the ancient Ngaruroro River winding its way through the Gimblett Gravels, always seeking a different path. When it comes to winemaking, curiosity reigns and rules are made to be broken, weaving together a rich tapestry to bring forth Leftfield wines.
Why we think Leftfield is special
- Wines that push varietal or regional boundaries for New Zealand.
- Bold quirky labels that catch the eye and invite exploration
- Richard Painter’s calm unassuming demeanour belies a seriously talented winemaker.
- The winery cellar door is a real hidden gem.