Every brand in our portfolio has a great story. And we’re passionate about representing them - and the inspiring characters that have brought them to life.




8 Wired Brewing is inspired by the legendary Kiwi can-do mentality and fellow craft brewers who have dared to challenge the masses and show us all that beer is no longer “just beer”!

After five years of contract brewing, eventually at four different breweries across New Zealand we now finally have our very own brewery where we brew and package everything.

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In the past 6 venturesome years, Joseph and Christina Wood have taken Liberty beers from their garage in New Plymouth to all over NZ. With demand for Liberty beer continuing to outstrip supply, the Woods finally built their own brewery in Helensville in 2015.

Liberty’s brewing has always been about its customers and as long as there are boundaries to cross, rules to break and lines to blur, Liberty will be central, continuing to brew with zero compromise on quality.

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Funk Estate’s brewery is nestled in Grey Lynn, Auckland. They cut their teeth in the Wellington beer scene as young-uns. The work of three young Wellington beer enthusiasts drawn together by their passion for a pint and a series of collaborative brews. They aim to please the crowds without being a typical crowd pleaser.

Funk Estate make a range of solid drops, as well as some bigger, bolder and wackier numbers. Seek them out and Stay Funky!

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At Paynter’s Cider we’re trying to make the best cider in New Zealand and one day, the best cider in the world.

In Hawke’s Bay we have a wonderful climate, rich fertile soils and abundant water – it’s apple growing paradise. We know we can grow the best apples, so why can’t we make the best cider?

Try Paynter’s Cider and let us know how we’re going.

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Zeffer ciders are fermented in small batches and made with minimal intervention that allows the natural flavours and true character to shine without the use of any artificial colours or sweeteners.

We love what we do and we’d love to share it with you.

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Gunn Estate bears the name of its founding family. It began in the 1980’s, on a farm in the beautiful Ohiti Valley in Hawke’s Bay. The family wanted to make honest wines – approachable and deliciously enjoyable. Wines that celebrated real life.

Today we gather our grapes from carefully selected vineyards in Hawke’s Bay, Marlborough and Australia – but our distinctive symbol is a constant reminder of where we came from and what we’re all about.

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David and Mark Mason, with friend and winemaker Tony Bish, began with a simple philosophy to make more wine than they could drink, and share the rest. They had the perfect place to make it happen along the dramatic white cliffs and river land gravels of the Dartmoor Valley in Hawke’s Bay.

These are memorable wines of great texture, reflecting their origins.

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Ti Point vineyard sits on a petite parcel of land on the Matakana Coast in the North Island. Winemaker, Tracy Haslam, with her mother and grandmother, cleared and prepared the small parcel of family land to plant the finest Bordeaux clones.

Their wines are sensuous, multi-layered and generous.

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Towering white cliffs border the original vineyard site on the family estate in Hawke’s Bay. Pristine and graceful they are a perfect inspiration for the Whitecliff range.

Fruit forward, these easy drinking wines offer great value and enjoyment.

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Wild South is an adventure, and it’s this spirit that led us to the Waihopai Valley, beside the Omaka River, to a wild piece of land strewn with rocks from end to end; Hell’s Gate. But hidden under that prickly name and all those rocks was the perfect wine-growing land.

Rock by rock, we hand-cleared it and set about establishing Wild South wines, and this Marlborough vineyard was to be at the heart of it all.

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