Vineyards and wineries on Waiheke Island:
Awaroa Vineyard – The organic Awaroa vineyards lie on west-facing slopes among native bush in the middle of Waiheke Island. Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon are the main varieties planted.
Batch Winery - Waiheke's newest hi-tech winery is located at the highest vineyard with views from Coromandel to the Sky Tower. Batch wine portfolio includes Flora, Pinot Gris, Cabernet Sauvignon and Syrah. Batch's 'Fizz' sparkling wine range, made and bottled on site, includes Fizz Rose, Fizz Chardonnay and Fizz Riesling.
Cable Bay Vineyards – Cable Bay Vineyard makes wines from grapes grown on Waiheke Island and in Marlborough. Varieties grown include Gewürztraminer, Sauvignon blanc, Pinot noir, Chardonnay, Merlot, Malbec and Cabernet sauvignon.
Destiny Bay Vineyards – Destiny Bay is Waiheke Island's only Cabernet blend specialist and its first fully certified sustainable winery. The 2007 Magna Praemia is New Zealand's highest-rated wine by an international critic and received 98/100 points from Anthony Dias Blue. Magna Praemia is also New Zealand's most expensive wine.
Edbrooke Vineyard – Jeremy Edbrooke has over 7 acres planted in Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Chardonnay and Pinot gris which are supplied to Waiheke Island's Passage Rock Wines.
Fenton Estate – First planted in 1989, Fenton Twin Bays Vineyard is a north-facing property that spans two small bays separated by a peninsula.
Goldwater Estate – Begun by pioneering Waiheke winemakers Kim and Jeanette Goldwater, Goldwater Estate was among the first wine making operations on Waiheke. Its awards  include being named 'Winery of the Year' by Wines and Spirits Magazine in 2001.
Jurassic Ridge – Jurassic Ridge is a small, family-owned vineyard and winery, named for the surrounding geology. It produces hand-crafted Syrah, Montepulciano, Pinot gris and Cabernet Franc. Jurassic greywacke soils are a major feature of the terroir.
Kennedy Point Vineyard – Kennedy Point Vineyard was established in 1996 and is the only certified organic vineyard on Waiheke and can be found on the southwestern side of the island. It specializes in growing and producing Bordeaux and Syrah wines.
Man o'War – Situated at the northern end of Waiheke Island, the Man o'War vineyards are planted on numerous small sites on the 5,000-acre Man o'War farm.
Miro Vineyard – Miro Vineyard produces two wines, both red Bordeaux blends. The vineyard overlooks the ocean at Onetangi Beach.
Mudbrick Vineyard – Mudbrick is one of Waiheke's best known wineries and has a Provence-style restaurant made of mudbrick. The vineyard produces Merlot, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah grapes.
Obsidian Vineyard – Obsidian Vineyard in Onetangi. It is a 17-hectare property established in 1993. Obsidian, its flagship wine, is a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Malbec. Its other label is "Weeping Sands" (the translation of "Onetangi"). In 2007 Obsidian won a trophy and gold medal at the Romeo Bragato National Wine Competition for its first release of the Montepulciano variety.
Passage Rock Wines – Passage Rock Vineyard is at the eastern end of Waiheke Island at the head of Te Matuku Bay. Its first vines were planted in 1994.
Peacock Sky – Peacock Sky Vineyard is located in the centre of Waiheke Island with views across the Hauraki Gulf to Auckland.
Peninsula Estate - on Hakaimango Point was planted in 1986/87. These original plantings of Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot and Malbec have been added to with Chardonnay and Syrah.
Poderi Crisci Estate - a taste of Italy on Waiheke Island and pictured here.
Stony Batter Estate – Stony Batter Estate, the island's largest vineyard, is at the north-eastern corner of the island.
Stonyridge Vineyard – Stonyridge was founded in 1981 in the Onetangi Valley. Specializing in Bordeaux-style reds, the vineyard's most famous wine is its Stonyridge Larose.
Te Motu Vineyard – Te Motu Vineyard was established in the Onetangi Valley in 1989. The first vintage was produced in 1993.
The Hay Paddock – This 12-acre (49,000 m2), stone-walled vineyard on Seaview Road is planted in Syrah vines sourced from the Hermitage AOC region of the Rhone Valley. Cellar-aged collector wines are released under the Harvest Man and Hay Paddock labels.
View East Vineyard – A boutique vineyard on the south eastern corner of Waiheke Island specializing in Syrah.