New Zealand is one of the most isolated wine producing nations in the world, capturing the world’s attention for producing premium wines. The Marlborough wine region is its jewel in the crown, capturing all of nature’s beauty and purity in the bottle.
Wither Hills lies at the heart of this natural abundance. The winery is named after the imposing Wither Hills ranges, which form a dramatic backdrop to the winery operation and vineyards. This location, although beautiful, naturally leaves them susceptible to seismic events. Owned by the multi-national Lion Co.
Wither Hills have installed the Onguard system to protect their large operation against future disruption, so they can be sure their market share will be maintained even in the event of a major earthquake.