Art of Wine
Art of Wine is one of the most original brands to have emerged over the recent years and pays homage to some of the classic and modernist icons of the art world with three core messages and one core value -
- Consumers buy labels- overwhelmed by choice consumers buy with their eyes!
- Great Winemakers aren’t necessarily great marketeers
- Art needs supporting- more than ever the world of art needs support and Art of Wine pays royalties to help ensure these wonderful images are available for future generations to enjoy
- Wines from world class wineries. A range of popular wines to suit local tastes
Life is Too Short to Drink Ugly Wine!
When we were looking for new Australian partners, Byrne Family was a clear choice based on the consultation of Phil Reedman MW who previously worked with Tesco and Combine this with premium vineyards in the Clare and Riverland GI’s and add on a creative marketing team who have boundless ideas for brands and ground breaking blends. It was so easy to say yes to this multi- talented team and their amazing wines.
Porta 6 is probably one of the most revolutionary brands to come out of Portugal in the last 15 years. With its eccentric and eye catching brand design and a modern approach to marketing brand Portugal the range of wines in the Porta 6 line up were so successful in the UK that is crashed the website of it’s exclusive retail partner Majestic Wines. Antonio Lopes Mendes is the winemaker and visionary of this brand which is sweeping across Europe and now into North America.
At Tiki, we're about healthy soils, healthy vineyards, healthy families and great wines that are good for you and are good for the planet. We have searched for the most distinctive and expressive vineyard sites in N.Z, and now we tend these properties using sustainable farming practices. The result is a portfolio of authentic, pure and natural N.Z. wines that are both elegant and memorable. With a family history of Maori ancestors our Tiki premium brand and Maui brands cover the key varietals in North Canterbury/Waipara and Central Otago.