TANTALUS ESTATE IS OPEN UNDER LEVEL 2

DINING AT ALERT LEVEL 2

The Tantalus Estate Restaurant will reopen Friday the 15th of May 2020 for reservations.  We will be offering set menu options for groups of up to 10 guests for lunch only at this time.

Reservations can be made for dining tables and our new restaurant lounges, as shown in the photo.

Please be patient as we learn this new way of service and we are so very much looking forward to seeing you soon!

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THE ESTATE

Tantalus Estate sits on eight hectares of free-draining sandy soil over weathered clay and rock, in the heart of Waiheke’s wine growing country. Our aim is to produce dense, complex Bordeaux and Rhone-style reds that will age beautifully.

Our Estate in the Onetangi Valley includes 5.3 hectares of vineyards, a winery, a craft brewery and an expansive, light-filled restaurant with a seasonal menu built around fresh, local produce.

THE VENUE

Our newly renovated iconic winery opened in September 2016. The planning and design was masterminded by Cheshire Architects and actualized by WG de Gruchy. Situated amongst the vines, our indoor and outdoor dining areas flow through to the Cellar Door, providing comfortable and diverse experiences for our guests. Enjoy hand-crafted wine and beer tastings while gazing down into our state of the art brewery and out across the vines.

OUR LOCATION

Tantalus Estate is a premium winegrower situated in the heart of the Onetangi Valley on Waiheke Island. The estate is situated amongst other reputable wineries within walking distance making the valley a great destination to spend the day. A part of Auckland’s Gulf Islands, Waiheke Island is internationally recognised as an iconic wine growing region in New Zealand and is accredited with numerous wine awards and accolades.

OUR LOCATION

Tantalus Estate is a premium winegrower situated in the heart of the Onetangi Valley on Waiheke Island. The estate is situated amongst other reputable wineries within walking distance making the valley a great destination to spend the day. A part of Auckland’s Gulf Islands, Waiheke Island is internationally recognised as an iconic wine growing region in New Zealand and is accredited with numerous wine awards and accolades.

Get In Touch

Send us a message. We would love to hear from you. Or you can call us at +64 9 372 2625

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