Ata Rangi, meaning “dawn sky” or “new beginning” in Maori, is a small producer in Martinborough, located at the southern end of New Zealand’s North Island. Our founder, Clive Paton, is one of the country’s pioneers of Pinot Noir, planting his first vines on the stony terrace in 1980. The vineyard and winemaking team, led by Helen Masters, focuses on organic practices and traditional techniques. We combine a passion for conservation with a deep respect for the land. Restoration and regeneration of native flora and fauna is a driving force, engaging our team and wider community in making a tangible and meaningful difference to our local landscape.