Gisborne is the first wine region in the world to see the dawn. Situated on the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand north of Hawkes Bay, Gisborne is New Zealand's third most prolific wine region, after Marlborough and Hawkes Bay.
Sheltered by hills and mountain ranges to the North and North West, Gisborne’s warm dry climate is moderated by the nearby ocean, with the cooling afternoon sea breezes, typical of many of the world’s great wine growing regions.
Vineyards stretch inland from Poverty Bay on the east coast, with most viticulture taking place in the Ormond Valley and around Patutahi and to the south at Manutuke.
Predominantly a white wine area, more than half of the vines in Gisborne are Chardonnay, but aromatic varieties, notably Gewurztraminer, Viognier and Chenin Blanc, perform admirably in the region's terroir as well. Gisborne red wines are usually made from Merlot or Malbec, and Gisborne Syrah is beginning to attract attention.
The Series 3 posters are the latest update and were published in 2019
- 12 x 16 - Width: 12 inch (30.5cm), Height: 18 inch (40.6cm).
- 18 x 24 - Width: 18 inch (45.7cm), Height: 24 inch (61.0cm).
- Museum-quality Giclée print posters made on thick and durable matte paper with pigment inks.
- Paper thickness: 10.3 mil
- Paper weight: 5.57 oz/y² (189 g/m²)
- Opacity: 94%
- ISO brightness: 104%
These posters are digitally printed to your order. They are not produced in New Zealand, they are printed at a partner facility close to you - either in Europe, USA or Australia.
Please Note: These products are not produced in New Zealand. They are printed at a supplier facility close to you, either in Europe, USA or Australia.
We take great care with packaging to help ensure that your print reaches you in excellent condition. Unframed prints are wrapped in acid-free tissue paper and shipped in thick-walled tubes with secured end caps.
We ship worldwide. Depending on the destination, orders for multiple prints may arrive in multiple packages.
Usually, it takes 3–7 days to fulfil an order, after which it’s shipped out. The shipping time depends on your location, but can be estimated as follows:
- USA: 3–4 business days
- Europe: 6–8 business days
- Australia: 2–14 business days
- New Zealand: 7-14 business days
- Japan: 4–8 business days
- International: 10–20 business days
Some customers may have to pay a small amount of import duty to receive packages of certain values, please check with your local customs before ordering.