• Winery & Restaurant

    Mercury Bay Estate is a boutique, family owned vineyard and winery. 
    Our aim is to produce Coromandel's finest wines
    using sustainable means.

    Winery & Restaurant
  • Weddings & Special Events

    Mercury Bay Estate commands the most spectacular views. We have spent many years developing the grounds to create a simply stunning setting for weddings and special events.

    Weddings & Special Events

Current Opening Hours

SUMMER
Monday CLOSED
Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday 11am-3pm
Thursday 11am-3pm
Friday 11am-3pm
Saturday 11am-3pm
Sunday 11am-3pm

Reservations are recommended at all times, especially over the summer holidays & the weekends. This is especially important for groups as we have limited large tables available. Wine Flights (tastings) from 11am to 3pm.

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Upcoming Events

Open 5 days a week for LUNCH

01 January 2021 | Posted in Events

Influenced by Veronica's Italian heritage, the menu showcases a genuine Italian food experience. Antipasto Platters, Salads and Napoletana wood-fired pizzas that are next-level amazing. You will find the laid-back atmosphere underneath the shaded vine covered pegola will easily turn into a long lunch. Come in for a romantic table for two on our deck or round up a few hungry friends and secure seats in one of our larger garden tables.

Latest News

2021 Grape Harvest

18 February 2021 | Posted in News

Our annual grape picking days are coming up in late Feb. We're always looking for helpers to join up with our ever so reliable team of locals, so please get in touch if you are keen? Our grapes are 100% hand picked which is obviously labour intensive however it allows for each individual bunch to be quality controlled meaning only the best fruit gets to have the pleasure of being made into wine. As usual we finish the day with a 'pickers lunch', a few drinks and plenty of laughs.

Neapolitan style Pizza rated as the best food in the world

13 November 2019 | Posted in News

CNN says 'Spare us the lumpy chain monstrosities and "everything-on-it" wheels of greed. The best pizza was and still is the simple Neapolitan, an invention now protected by its own trade association that insists on sea salt, high-grade wheat flour, the use of only three types of fresh tomatoes, hand-rolled dough and the strict use of a wood-fired oven, among other quality stipulations. With just a few ingredients -- dough, tomatoes, olive oil, salt and basil (the marinara pizza does not even contain cheese) -- the Neapolitans created a food that few make properly, but everyone enjoys thoroughly'