Nanny Goat Vineyard

‘The nanny goat vineyard is named after the wild goats that roam the mountainous terrain of Central Otago’

The name and winery emerged in late 2004, after a windy trek to a restaurant, nestled high in the hills of Queenstown. The windy, undefined track became the catalyst for naming the vineyard “Nanny Goat” – after the journey demanded the group to navigate a rugged ill-defined path much like the regional goats.

The name serves as a fair reflection of Nanny Goat’s vision to adapt and thrive in the bold contrasting climates of Central Otago – just as the Nanny Goat has done for many years before in the beautiful, yet rugged landscape.

Winemaker Alan Peters-Oswald strives to produce wines with elegance, concentration and balance whilst allowing each parcel of Pinot Noir to express itself.  Every vintage one or two parcels of the best, hand picked fruit is made into the Super Nanny Pinot Noir. It matures in 40% new French oak barriques for 15 months to create a supple, powerful yet elegant Pinot Noir.

Nanny Goat Vineyard