Aurum Wines, Cromwell
(4.1/5 based on 25 reviews on the web)
Aurum Wines is a family owned and operated vineyard, winery and cellar door in Central Otago, New Zealand, producing ultra premium Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, Pinot Gris, Dessert Wines and Methode Traditionnelle
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  • That winery is a must do if u r around Cromwell. We went to the Sunday markets and just wanted to grab some wine for a afternoon picnic! The wine tastIng service was awesome! Definitely recommend to e...  more »
  • We attended a friendly Lady and gave us to try different types of wine. We tested 6 and finally bought one although it is not obligatory, by education is earned. Of all the wineries that we were this was the smallest and is run by a family who themselves make organic wine. Prices seemed quite expensive since we bought a young wine that was cheaper of the reds and still were 38 dollars but it must also take into account ecological as they are always more expensive and is not a large warehouse which means that they are more expensive. All NZ use screw caps and the lady told me that they are more modern and better but not close as the Cork so it must consume them soon.
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  • Joan met our small OAT group for a very early wine tasting event starting with a quick chat about their vines and raising organic wine. Then we all trooped into their family run small winery and were ...  more »