In keeping with their tradition of get-togethers, Hãhã Wine started when three families who were already involved in exporting apples, meat, and seafood, had a chat about adding wine into the mix. That conversation led to a unanimous agreement to produce a mouth-watering New Zealand wine to take to the world. They invited a fourth family to join and Hãhã Wine was launched with a bang, and quite a few pops, in 2011.
They got their name from a Maori word which means savoury and luscious, tasty and delicious. In plain English, Haha might connote laughter and it is what it probably is. Their wines are meant to uplift your mood and celebrate with you in every exciting facet of your lives.
With a team of talented viticulturists and expert winemakers across New Zealand, their wines are produced in a beautiful fruit-forward style that brings out their complexity, texture and elegant layering.
Their vineyards are located at Marlborough and Hawke’s Bay where the land is luscious to produce top quality grapes. Additionally, all their vineyards, wineries and bottling facilities are certified as 100% sustainable by Sustainable Winegrowing New Zealand and they are committed to an environmentally responsible approach.
Haha Wines are distributed across 27 countries globally including Japan where they recently won awards at the Japan Awards 2019 for two of their bestselling wines – the Haha – Hawke’s Bay – Pinot Gris – 2018 and Haha – Marlborough – Sauvignon Blanc – 2018.
Hãhã 2018 Hawke’s Bay Pinot Gris
Bright and attractively fruited, our Pinot Gris continues to satisfy Gris lovers with its succulent lychee, pear and nectarine flavours. Off-dry in style, this wine is fruit-expressive and fleshy, delivering youthful fruit intensity and a perfect partner in crime to enjoy with fresh fish or Asian cuisine.
Hãhã 2018 Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc
The Sauvignon Blanc has been described as fresh and lively on the nose, with a powerfully expressed palate that is juicy and flavoursome, offering layers of gorgeous flavours and a thirst-quenching palate.