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Walk the Onetangi Wine Trophy Trail


Obsidian, Miro and The Hay Paddock are proud to have produced multiple trophy-winning wines in recent years, and have created the Onetangi Wine “Trophy Trail”. You can enter a beautiful private walkway through olive groves and vines in the heart of the Onetangi valley. This walk connects together these three neighbouring vineyards. The walk takes approximately 30 minutes.

Entry to the walk is at one of the three wineries:

The Hay Paddock - entry and parking at  451B Seaview Road

Miro – entry and parking at 3 Brown Road, off Seaview Road

Obsidian – entry and parking at 22 Te Makiri Road, off Seaview Road

Details of the walk

  • Season: The walk is open throughout the summer from Labour weekend until Easter
  • Hours open: from 11.30am until 3.30pm daily
  • Signs: are placed at the three entry points to the walk. Follow the white markers to stay on the trail.
  • Dress: wear comfortable walking clothing. Footwear should be sturdy shoes or boots – not dress shoes or sandals. A hat and suncream are suggested on sunny days.
  • Timing –  the walk can be completed in 30 minutes, but you should allow up to 2 hours to complete the walk and taste wines at the 3 wineries. Allow additional time for lunch - available at Casita Miro – bookings are advised  0-9-372 7854

You must respect the land and surrounds as you will be on private property throughout the trail – do not stray from the marked pathway. Vineyards are working farm environments, and you are asked to respect grapevines, plants, machinery and netting. Listen and watch out for tractors, sprayers, mowers, farm bikes or any other vehicles.

Disclaimer the vineyards inform any participant in this walk that they do so entirely at their own risk and the vineyards accept no responsibility for any injury which may occur along the walkway.

Purchasing of wine your wine can be purchased and consolidated amongst the 3 vineyards. We will package it all together for you and ship it to your home or office address. Payment should be made for each wine as you purchase along the way; simply notify the cellar staff of your previous purchases at the final stop. Any combination of bottles is acceptable.

Onetangi Beach – walk to a world class beach in 15 minutes. From Seaview road turn into  7th Avenue. There are two cafes along the beach, “The Beach Front” & “Charlie Farleys”. The Fullers ferry bus stops along The Strand.

Onetangi Road – by following the directional arrow on the map to “Te Motu” and “Stonyridge” you can extend your vineyard walk, and connect through to Onetangi Road, where there is a Fullers bus stop and Hopper bus stop.