Obsidian wines are the true embodiment of their place of origin. Every exquisite glass of Obsidian speaks of this unique terroir, encapsulating not only the character of the weathered soils at Onetangi, home to Obsidian’s vineyard on Waiheke Island, but the coastal beauty of the surrounding environment.
Obsidian vineyard, with 10 hectares of vines, nestles in the hills of the Onetangi Valley. Here, small batches of grapes are grown on four discrete hillsides set out in an amphitheater-like fashion.
We strive to grow consistently ripe, concentrated, flavourful grapes and craft them into superb wines for enjoyment now and for cellaring. Our talented winemaker, Mike Wood, combines modern winemaking technology with traditional old world craftsmanship.
Obsidian's Cellar door on Waiheke Island
Obsidian and Weeping Sands Accolades
Obsidian Pinot Gris 2013: Silver medal New Zealand International
Obsidian Chardonnay 2010: 4½ stars Michael Cooper, 4½ stars Sam Kim, 4 stars Raymond Chan
Obsidian Reserve Viognier 2012: 4½ stars Michael Cooper
Obsidian Reserve Syrah 2012: 5 stars Michael Cooper
Obsidian Reserve Chardonnay 2013: Gold medal New Zealand IWC
Obsidian Cabernet/Merlot 2010: Gold medal Royal Easter Show
Obsidian 'The Obsidian' 2010: 5 stars Sam Kim
Obsidian 'The Obsidian' 2013: Gold Medal London International Wine Challenge