Find out what Wine Bar restaurants to try in Marlborough Region. The fertile soil and temperate climate of the Wairau River Valley provide the perfect conditions for a wine lover's paradise. Marlborough's thousands of acres of vineyards and dozens of wineries create delectable wines of diverse varietals, from full-bodied Pinot Noir to herbaceous Sauvignon Blanc. The countryside boasts unsurpassed beauty, with its majestic mountains, verdant vineyards and the labyrinth of waterways that make up the Marlborough Sounds.
Things to do in Marlborough Region
4 based on 578 reviews
Discover the regionâs premier wine experience at the home of the original Sauvignon Blanc. The Brancott Estate Cellar Door & Restaurant celebrates the history of Brancott Estate wines, at Brancott Vineyard, the site of the original Marlborough Sauvignon B
Absolutely the best meal I have had in a restaurant for years. Faultless in taste, presentation and service. It has been a long time since I felt like my meal has been created from start to finish by a chef, as opposed to a cook. Can not recommend highly enough. Excellent Dear Janma_13,Thanks for sharing your feedback with us!I will be sure to pass your appreciation on to our fantastic Chefs' team. It is our privilege to offer their wonderful creations to our guests and see how well their efforts and expertise are enjoyed. We hope to see you again soon.
4 based on 219 reviews
Come and visit Saint Clair Family Estate Vineyard Kitchen to relax, sit back and enjoy the Saint Clair experience. The newly renovated establishment is situated within a unique vineyard setting with views extending past the vines towards the ever changing
When in Blenheim we always stop off at the St Clair Wineries. Always great service, the guy we had serving us with wine tastings was very knowledgeable and the wine of course is excellent.Thanks for visiting - we love it when you are in Blenheim and call in to see us! We really appreciate you taking the time to provide such wonderful feedback. See you on your next visit.
4 based on 388 reviews
Marlborough has a special place in the hearts of the Giesen brothers. To celebrate this, and the wines they create, in late 2011, 30 years after their arrival in New Zealand, they opened a Cellar Door in the heart of the region's wineries. Situated in the
Great sharing platter just perfect for a long girls lunch and so tasty. We enjoyed the wine tasting to select our favourite for a glass to go with lunch.
4 based on 224 reviews
We are an independent, owner-operated wine bar, restaurant and wine shop located in the middle of Blenheim, Marlborough.
We visited for dinner and there was a great atmosphere even on a Tuesday evening! We ordered a number of items to share: sourdough and cultured butter, southern fried chicken, triple cooked chips, sweet potato with fig and roasted lamb shoulder and everything was very tasty! Recommended for a nice relaxed evening with tasty food.
4 based on 561 reviews
The menu at Wairau River Wines is built around the fresh produce that is readily available in the Marlborough district.Enjoy matching our superb wines at cellar door prices with lunch in a relaxed informal environment either outside on the sun drenched la
We ate lunch here twice during our stay as the food was excellent and the service also good. The mussel chowder was delicious and the salmon salad contained a tasty variety of ingredients. Inside you are warmed by a huge fireplace and outside the sun shines on the tables. You are welcome to do a wine tasting which is fun.
4 based on 256 reviews
The Highfield TerraVin Vineyard Restaurant serves delicious Mediterranean style food, has breath taking views and with the vibrant Stephanie Armstrong at the helm you will be made to feel so welcome, just like old friends. Stephanie, the owner / operator
A delightful place to dine for lunch, a fresh and varied menu, warm greeting and attention to detail.Stephanie and David, the Chef, and staff provide an excepional experience. The food is first class, the views beautiful, in fact a true NZ welcome,
4 based on 699 reviews
Rock Ferry Restaurant is owned by husband and wife team Tom and Fiona, proud producers of world-class certified organic wines, made right here in New Zealand. Our philosophy is to make real wines which speak of their home; to express the pure distinct fla
We arrived from a wine tasting at Cloudy Bay who recommended the Rock Ferry for lunch. A picture perfect setting surrounded by vineyards set the scene. We received a warm welcome and were soon seated in the dining area. All staff were amazing, friendly and helpful. Starters were the artisan warm bread selection with a bowl of mixed olives which was just right. The Pinot Noir from Otago was perfect with our dishes. Mains of salmon sourced from near Mt Cook was outstanding, set on a bulgar salad with brocoli, spinach and rocket. After such a fabulous mains we had to try the dessert and the poached pear and almond with icecream rounded out our lunch with a coffee. A party next to us was celebrating a birthday and the staff obliged with a cake. The atmosphere was so relaxing and even though the menu options were limited, the quality was high. You will not be disappointed!
4 based on 686 reviews
Urban Oyster Bar & Eatery is Nelson's newest and most innovative dining experience. Don't be afraid to put your elbows on the table and engage us and your fellow diners. Get to know us and what's inspiring us today. We'll be delivering the things we're cu
We checked this place out before we came and had it on our list to try when we were in Nelson. We checked out the website before we walked over because it was a holiday and it said they were open so we went. When we got there it was closed.Hi Robert thank you for your review, we really appreciate you dropping our hard earned rating from 1st Place to 3rd place in order to inform people we were closed on a public holiday. You may appreciate that if you had of looked on our website it clearly states on our opening hours that we are closed on public holidays, so does our facebook page. Our staff work extremely hard for us and they really appreciate having an extra day off on a public holiday. So we are sorry that we weren't open for you when you wanted to come and dine. We feel your review is unfair and unjust and quite honestly it is reviews like this that make it very hard for the hospitality industry. We are more than happy to receive constructive criticism, but in this case you didn't experience Urban in any way and to post a one star review because we were closed is simply wrong.
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