Kaitiakitanga

Kaitiakitanga is about guardianship and conservation, of the land, sea and sky. It is the responsibility of all of us to respect and protect Mother Nature, and we consider it a privilege to be her guardians.
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PHILOSOPHY

Sustainability is a value that sits at the heart of 3sixty2’s ethos.  

The natural environment plays a huge part in New Zealand’s national character, our international prestige and the lifestyle we enjoy. Hunting, fishing and farming is a huge part of our life, and we want it to be a part of our children’s future, too. As such, we believe that doing good for the land is not a choice. It’s the best way forward.

We cherish our deeply instilled respect for mother nature, and honour this connection through kaitiakitanga.

Kaitiakitanga is about guardianship and conservation, of the land, sea and sky. It is the responsibility of all of us to respect and protect Mother Nature, and we consider it a privilege to be her guardians.

For us, this means putting in more than we take out, supporting biodiversity and continuing to seek ways to reduce our environmental impact. 3sixty2 is a certified member of Sustainable Winegrowers New Zealand (SWNZ) with an uncompromising commitment to industry best-practice.

 
 
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VINTAGE

Vintage Notes

With climate change upon us, it’s vital to prepare environmentally conscious fashion that can adapt to the mercurial  weather. I present to you, my Spring collection of 2016.

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The Land 

Marlborough’s Waihopai Valley may be home to a spy base, but there are more captivating stories to this region than those picked up through the frequencies, and it’s where our own takes shape.

This geographically diverse region is recognised as one of the premium wine regions in the world, drawing particular acclaim for its Sauvignon Blanc and aromatics. Its success is ode to high growing degree days (GDD), low rainfall and free draining alluvial soil, with a history dating back to 1873 when the region’s first vineyard was planted.

One tough act to follow