We serve up perfectly matched wine with your meal. Whether you’d like to explore the taste of Marlborough with a glass of Mahi Sauvignon Blanc paired with our freshly caught Marlborough Salmon Fish Of the Day or a glass of Gimblett Gravels Tempranillo perfectly matched with our Hawkes Bay lamb loin. Whatever you fancy, don’t worry because we’ve got it covered.
Food matching isn’t just limited to wine. We are in a new age of food and beverage matching so why don’t you drop by and try the very best of North and South island craft beers with Emerson’s Pilsner on tap, alongside a few bottles from the Panhead boys and girls down in Wellington. From across the pond, the Fremantle’s infamous Little Creatures Pale Ale on tap and IPA by bottle. Then you’ll find the giants – Corona, Steinlager (Pure on tap, Classic by the bottle), Stella and a personal favourite of our bartenders, the irresistibly refreshing, Kirin Megumi.
Have a read over our extensive spirit range, too. Do you like sweet whiskey? – Got it covered. Do you like super peaty whiskey? – Got it covered. We can go on all day, I’m sure you get the point by now.
Please see our specialized cocktail menu .
Infusing all the flavours of Summer. Fuzzy peach with a sweet aroma. $7
Incredibly refreshing and moreish. A favourite for good reason. $7
Tropical notes of passionfruit, with warming cinnamon.
A perfect blend. $7
Sweet or Spicy $5
Decaf, Soy Milk, Almond Milk, Extra Shot, Flavoured Syrups $1
Served with Vanilla Ice Cream $9
Irish, Baileys, Tia Maria, Grand Marnier, Kahlua $14
With a selection of both local and international favourites, and selected draught beers available in glasses, vases and jugs, this is the perfect place to come for a few quiet ones.
Yes, we did say vases – probably the only place you can tell your partner you only had one when you really had two.
We’ll let you work that out.
One other delectable beer available Glass $Please ask your server for current selection. POA
The Conservatory is the first bar in New Zealand to bring on board the wines by the glass dispensers, so our customers can taste wine in its optimal state and by the glass, rather than having to buy a bottle. Our wine list is dominated by incredible New Zealand wines (undoubtedly some of the best in the world), with some quality international varietals that exude class.
This is champagne at its finest, as inspired today as it has always been, the embodiment of elegance and purity. Cristal is made according to the strictest criteria. Only Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes from the House’s ten most celebrated crus are used in the production of this legendary cuvée. Tasting is believing. Bottle $670 Region Reims, France
Complexity on the palate, pleasing to the nose. Initial notes of fruit are followed by more discreet aromas of brioche and vanilla when the wine is allowed to age in the bottle. Toasty gold finesse. Bottle $130 Glass $22 Region Reims, France
Bottle $75 Glass $14
Bottle $57.50 Glass $11.50
Bottle $57.50 Glass $11.50
Bottle $49 Glass $10.50 Region Wairau Valley
This is a ripe tropical fruit Sauvignon Blanc in a typical Marlborough style. The wine displays gooseberry flavours
Intermingled with dried hay, then finishing with lingering passion fruit and rhubarb.
Bottle $60 Glass $12.50 Region Marlborough, New Zealand
Bottle $65 Glass $13.50 Region Marlborough, New Zealand
The combination of fruit characters, a small amount of barrel and some wild yeast notes works to make a complex style of Sauvignon Blanc that suits a range of foods.
Bottle $52 Glass $11.50 Region Marlborough, New Zealand
Bottle $60 Glass $12.50 Region Gisborne
Bottle $67.50 Glass $14 Region Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
Soft slightly sweet wine with subtle flavours. Suggesting pear drops and lanolin. This wine has plenty of weight and a good smooth texture. The Go-to pinot gris. Bottle $52 Glass $11.50 Region Marlborough, New Zealand
Bottle $56 Glass $12 Region Napier
Produced by undoubtedly one of New Zealand’s finest winemakers, this Chardonnay has a rich butterscotch style.
It also displays ripe peach characteristics with lifted spicy elements and balanced oak. Easy to start, hard to stop. Bottle $67.50 Glass $14 Region Marlborough, New Zealand
Bottle $78 Glass $15 Region Kumeu
Bottle $56 Glass $12 Region Marlborough, New Zealand
The inaugural release rose from The Ned offers up a classic bouquet of rose tinged summer berry fruits & cream, combined with a neatly rounded fleshy palate balanced by a bright, crisp acidity & a dusting of ultra-fine Pinot Noir tannin. Bottle $52 Glass $11.50 Region Marlborough, New Zealand
Pinot Noir based rose with aromas of candyfloss and creme-brulee. The palate shows toffee-apple and simmering strawberry with cherry lip-gloss. The best rose on the market. Bottle $69 Glass $14.50 Region Cromwell, Central Otago, New Zealand
packed with sweet bright fruit with the same red cherry and blackberry on the nose, following through to the flavours.
Bottle $62.50 Glass $13 Region Central Otago, New Zealand
This wine exhibits a lovely mix of dark red cherry and blackberry fruits along with a hint of liquorice. Further complexity is gained from oak spice. The wine has a sweet berry entry which displays these same characters in abundance. Bottle $69 Glass $14.50 Region Bannockburn, Central Otago, New Zealand
The Russian Jack Pinot Noir has a vibrant deep purple colour that leads to aromas full of ripe plum and raspberry with
cinnamon spice characters. Full of sweet dark fruit flavours and soft tannins, this wine has a hint of vanilla oak that adds balance and complexity to its freshness and vibrancy.
Bottle $52 Glass $11.50 Region Martinborough, New Zealand
Bottle $62.50 Glass $13 Region Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
ll bodied palate weight, characterized by firm tannin's and a savory masculine finish. Bottle $56 Glass $12 Region Hawkes Bay, New Zealand
Bottle $62.50 Glass $13 Region Mendoza, Argentina
Bottle $56 Glass $12 Region Barossa Australia