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Purangi Estate

Purangi Estate
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501 Purangi Road , Coromandel Peninsula
Tel: (0)7 866 3724
http://www.purangi.co.nz
Purangi Estate Founded on organic principles in 1972 we handcraft Wines, Ciders, Liqueurs and Spirits from fruit and herbs organically grown and gathered on the Estate as well as Teas from our organic tea garden.
Our Purangi Winery is open every day for winetasting and retail sales as is the Bar and Café with Woodfired Pizza Oven serving our gourmet Pizzas and snacks.

 
Campervans are welcome to stay overnight.

 
 At St Kevin's Arcade in the heart of Auckland’s Karangahape Road,“The Winecellar” opens from 5pm serving Wines, Coffee, Tapas and Real Ales and Purangi Estate Organic Ciders and Liqueurs with live music in the ‘Backroom’ and ‘Whammy Bar’ most nights.

Open Hours

9.30am to 5.00pm much later in summer

All Year Available

Yes

Directions

On road to Cook's Beach after passing Purangi Golf Course.
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User Reviews

There are: 2 reviews, with an average rating of 5.0 out of 5
I love going to visit Danny and hearing all his stories. He IS legend. Witty, intelligent and such a treat. And their products are awesome too. The liqueurs are delicious. Beautiful spot and worth a visit.
Posted by Mariette Roodt on 2016-12-12 10:10:34
Found this venue by accident and chanced our arm because it was closing. We were warmly welcomed by Danny (who must be a local legend) who comprehensively introduced the well stocked bar including beer and cider. The woodfired pizza (choices margarhetta or the works) was great.
The homely Kiwi feel of the bar included 2 cats slumbering in chairs, table tennis, darts, TV and wood burning heater. Awsome music too
So friendly and relaxing. The plum liqueur was plummy and delicious. The cider was top notch.
Go see Danny and tell him we sent you.
Posted by Colin Smith on 2015-09-11 23:15:21