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Peregrine Wines

Peregrine Wines Review

An architectural standout in the Gibbston Valley, Peregrine winery has been designed to look like a falcon's wing, and has even had rare native falcons living on site. The conservation of native birds is a big focus at this winery and its wines are named after them. Best known for award-winning pinots, they also turn out beautiful rieslings, chardonnays, and pinot gris. You can head off for a stunning half-hour walk along the Kawarau river and reward yourself with a wine tasting.

Updated: 02-24-2014

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