- Soil Type: Greywacke stone, sand, silt, riverstones, clay, loess
- Varieties Cultivated: Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Pinot Noir
- Annual Production: 100,000 bottles
- Country: New Zealand
- Winemaker: David Clouston
Clouston & Co, circa 1895, was Marlborough’s general merchant, trading and importing wine, wool, and agricultural supplies. Generations later and the Clouston & Co of today produces estate grown wines using New Zealand’s unique soil , climate, and pure aquifers. These three ingredients create a unique terroir producing grapes which are expertly crafted together with a family tradition of wine, five generations in the making. Take a moment to discover Clouston & Co and taste the distinct flavours of New Zealand.