> Skip to content

A unique Hawke's Bay landmark that combines wine, food and design in luxury surroundings.

Meandering across the foothills of Te Mata Peak and through the Tuki Tuki Valley, Black Barn Vineyards has become one of Hawke’s Bay’s most popular attractions. Its evolution over the past 20 years is a story of enterprise and creativity - from a single cottage into a wine, food and luxury accommodation destination. Owners Kim Thorp and Andy Coltart envisioned not just a vineyard but a unique environment that would entice people to stay.
With a collection of stylish yet low-key retreats, Black Barn is one of the most sought-after getaways in the region, while the vineyard, bistro, growers' market and outdoor amphitheater are a drawcard for locals and tourists alike.
Black Barn: portrait of a place is a fitting tribute to a Hawke’s Bay landmark. Lavishly photographed by Brian Culy, with text and poetry contributed by Gregory O’Brien and Jenny Bornholdt, and recipes from the Black Barn Bistro menu, it’s the next best thing to being there yourself.

Reviews

Black Barn: Portrait of a Place is a fitting tribute to a Hawke's Bay landmark - it is also one of the nicest books I've seen.

Linda Hall, Hawke's Bay Today

Formats & editions

  • Hardback

    9780143770565

    October 30, 2017

    RHNZ Godwit

    304 pages

    RRP $85.00

    Online retailers

    • Fishpond
    • Mighty Ape
    • Paper Plus
    • The Warehouse
    • Whitcoulls
    • The Nile
    Or

    Find your local bookstore at www.booksellers.co.nz/directory

Also by Gregory O'Brien