Located on the east coast of New Zealand’s South Island and on the doorstep of Christchurch city, North Canterbury is an internationally renowned region for food and beverage production. Our mighty region is an abundant food basket with 90+ vineyards, beef/sheep/arable farms, forests rich with wild game, market gardens, truffières, apiaries, rivers and coastlines full of kaimoana (seafood).

Our Producers

Brew Moon

Brew Moon’s beers frequently score medals from national and international competitions

Black Estate

An organic, family-run winery, cellar door, restaurant with boutique accommodation in North Canterbury.

27 Seconds

100% of its profits go towards ending slavery

Three Llamas Coffee Shop & Roasters

From a funky little base in Woodend, Three Llamas Gourmet Coffee provides quality, gourmet coffee sourced from a little corner of Northern Peru.

Foothills Honey

These innovative country cats are the Malcolm siblings – James, the brainchild of Foothills Honey and his little sister Laura, the activator of the dream with the patience and determination of a bee.

Wash Creek
Mt Cass Station

If you’re looking for the taste of North Canterbury, you can’t go past Washcreek organic beef and lamb.

Canterbury Nuts
West Eyreton

If you’re nuts about hazelnuts, we know just the place. Canterbury Nuts has a maturing orchard in North Canterbury which was first established in 2005; quickly becoming known for their delicious range of hazelnut products


Whether you’ve lived in Canterbury all your life or are just visiting for a few days, make sure to add Greystone to your list. You won’t be disappointed.

Kings Truffles

Kings Truffles offer a fresh, premium-grade black truffle as well as limited edition handmade truffle butter and other seasonal produce. During the season you can also experience your very own truffle hunt and see how these delicacies of the soil are grown sustainably in an ideal climate to ensure a truffle full of aroma and taste.

The Bone Line

Named in reference to the nearby K-T boundary line, which provides evidence of the global catastrophe of an asteroid’s impact on earth and the extinction of the dinosaurs, The Bone Line draws a meaningful connection with the land on which its fruit is grown.