Origins

Onemata sources all of its food locally from around New Zealand. Explore the origins of our food and beverages below by clicking on a region.

Auckland

The name Akarua was chosen to honour the establishment of the estate; two Maori words together meaning "two vines", referring to the original varietals planted, pinot noir and chardonnay.
Dog Point began organic conversion in the vineyards. One of the initiatives we carry out as part of our organic regime is the turning of vine pruning’s and winery waste into mulch to create a healthy organic compost for use on plantings throughout the property.
Today, Cloudy Bay not only captures the essence of Marlborough but also embodies New Zealand's luxury to the world. The luxury of space and time, of intimate moments and nature’s rarest qualities.
From small beginnings in Aro Street, our Garage Project has grown to work across multiple sites in Wellington and further afield..Whether they’re brewing 50 litres or several thousand, they’re still here to take some risks, to have a bit of fun and try something new.
Te Mata Estate was established here in 1896, specialising in high-quality wines of classical style. Every step in the production of our wines is undertaken by us, from grape growing and pruning through to winemaking and bottling.
The people of Craggy Range believe in the philosophy of generational guardianship and respect for the land backed by a long term family commitment.
The production of our tea uses only organic products and is free of synthetic and harmful chemicals, fertilisers and pesticides. This means our certified organic teas are produced sustainably, are free of nasties, and better for you because of it.
Fine water is a central element in the enjoyment of wine and cuisine - its sole purpose is to hydrate and refresh, whilst cleansing the palate.
Obsidian Vineyard nestles in the coastal hills of the Onetangi Valley adjacent to the northern coast of Waiheke Island. Here, small batches of wine are grown on four discrete hillsides set out in an amphitheatre-like fashion.
The first Bordeaux vines and olive trees were planted in 1982 with the help of close friends and family. This makes Stonyridge the first commercial olive grove in New Zealand. When Cabernet Franc and Malbec were planted in 1983, it was the beginning of New Zealand’s first Bordeaux four blend.
The only thing we respect more than our wine is our diverse agricultural land. When you visit; as well as vineyards you’ll see our orchards, olive groves, restored native forests and beehives. All of this along with our livestock is foraged for our cellar door restaurant, a true farm-to-table ethos.
From the pioneering days to the establishment of the New Zealand wine industry to today, the Brajkovich family have been internationally recognised as producing world class wine. The Brajkovichs are focused on and internationally recognised as producing world class Chardonnay.
Sawmill is an independent, New Zealand owned brewery run by a small and talented team. We are New Zealand's first B-Corp certified brewery, an international certification recognising our commitment to social and environmental responsibility.
At Foundry Chocolate we celebrate and accentuate the remarkable personalities of the world’s finest cacao by crafting and aging micro-batches of award winning bean-to-bar craft chocolate from scratch – using only two ingredients: Cacao Beans and Organic Sugar.
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