Stonyridge Vineyard, Onetangi
(3.4/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web)
Visit a renowned cabernet-blend winegrower at Stonyridge Vineyard, which produces fine wines like merlot, malbec, and cabernet sauvignon. Tour the vineyards and olive trees with a knowledgeable guide happy to explain the winery's history and processes. Afterwards, rest your feet in the cafe, and order a dish created with fresh ingredients and paired with a suggested wine. Be sure to try the homegrown olive oil on bread. Reserve your visit ahead of time if you want to partake in a wine tasting. For Stonyridge Vineyard and beyond, use our Waiheke Island trip itinerary maker to get the most from your Waiheke Island vacation.
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  • There were many vineyards to chose from but we chose this based on reviews written in our brochure (one of the top 10 wineries in the world). We had some lovely red wine (pricey but it was nice) and s...  more »
  • We went to visit Stonyridge Vineyard and the tastings were "per the taste" and the minimum was $6 a sip. The purchase price per glass started at $25 and the cheapest bottle was $125. We did a u-turn a...  more »
  • In fact we have tasted nothing. If you want to enjoy (around 5 cl max), it is between 3 and $5 for a wine not local and between 6 and 8 dollars for a local wine. Nothing to say more to be honest.
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  • Stoneyridge sav blanc fallen Angel. Beautiful
  • The wine is amazing and we took several bottles home, the food is very average, bread/dips etc the usual boring stuff no imagination or innovation or location relevance so we left disappointed, we won't visit again but will certainly enjoy the wine.
  • Went to Stonyridge Vineyard for some wine tasting and was quiet disappointed. The Cellar door is more or a restaurant that sells wine on the side then a legitimate cellar door. Tastings were expensive $3 - $20 per taste and very little in the way of customer service, more of just a bar experience. On the positive, Stonyridge is in a beautiful location and the estate is picturesque, plus the food did look good.
  • Delicious food, soo good. And you must try the Larose Red, even just a glass - it's special.
  • Fabulous huge vineyard. Wine is comparable to Mudbrick and Cable Bay, although this could be considered a bit more mainstream. Definitely a must visit on Waiheke