Olives New Zealand

Kapiti

Kapiti

Kapiti Olives

Kapiti Olives Ltd specialises in premium extra virgin olive oils and is situated on the Kapiti Coast north of Wellington. Its groves are located in a fertile market gardening area and together with the area’s temperate climate, produce lovely fruity tasting olive oils.

Kapiti Olives was established in 2001 and since it first began producing olive oil, it has won major awards every year. Each season Kapiti Olives produces two distinct styles of extra virgin olive oil, using mainly Tuscan olives; Leccino and Frantoio, along with Koroneiki and Picual olives.

Kapiti Olives’ oils are used by top NZ chefs throughout the country and are available at major supermarkets, specialist food stores, and online

www.kapitiolives.com

Contact

Ph: 027 5550111

Noble Estate

Noble Estate is a boutique olive grove on the Kapiti Coast and is situated on the sun-drenched slopes overlooking the sea at Waikanae. The Coast enjoys a moderate climate well suited to olives.

The grove was established in 1996 and first production was in 2002. We have near 400 trees with our main variety being Mission, not very common in New Zealand – it is of Californian origin. We also have Frantoio trees, and we produce two single varietal oils.

Since that year we have produced delicious buttery, fruity, grassy oil and in recent years have consistently won medals in the Olives NZ Awards. We have our oils certified through Olives NZ Certification programme which ensures we are producing premium Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Contacts: Tricia & Rob Noble-Beasley

Contact

Ph: 021 488 616
E: noble-estate@xtra.co.nz

Old Hautere Road

Extra Virgin Olive Oil produced from two groves in Old Hautere Road, Te Horo.

The special microclimate of the Kapiti Coast produces oils that generally have a crisp grassy taste balanced with fruity flavours and a slight peppery aftertaste.

Our oil is certified by Olives NZ which means it meets the high standards required to be classified NZ Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

We produce a Tuscan blend of leccino and frantoio olives and a single varietal oil from our koroneiki trees.

Oil is available from selected retail food outlets in Wellington and the Kapiti Coast and direct from the growers.

 

Contacts :      Anne Barnett:  barnett_family@xtra.co.nz    Ph 021 794119   or

Di Chadwick: vschadwick@gmail.com  Ph 06 3642001 and cell 021 0416948

Contact

Ph: Anne 021 794 119
Ph: Di 021 0416948
E: oldhautereroad@gmail.com

Rata Olives

Rata Olives is a boutique olive grove nestled in the Rangitikei River valley, about 20 minutes north of Bulls.  Our unique microclimate with its warm summers and frost-free winters enables us to produce fruity, flavoursome oils.

We have about 1300 trees, predominantly the Tuscan varieties Frantoio and Leccino. We also have plantings of Picual and Koroneiki.

Our oil is certified annually to ensure it meets the criteria to receive the Olives NZ red sticker for Extra Virgin Olive Oil.

Since first entering the NZ Olive awards in 2014, we have consistently gained awards every year.

At Rata Olives we are passionate about supplying excellent locally grown produce for our customers.

Contacts: Hamilton & Gaylene McConachy

Contact

Ph: 021 715 854
Ph: 027 572 8693
E: mcconachy@farmside.co.nz

Totara Tunnel

Named in honour of the iconic Kapiti landmark, Totara Tunnel Olives is located on Otaki Gorge Road, on the Hautere plains. We are passionate about the environment, living off the grid using renewable energy sources. Our grove and its produce are proudly spray free, we follow organic principles and are currently under organic conversion with Organic Farms NZ.

 We are delighted to offer award winning top quality extra virgin olive oil for sale to the public. Two years running, 2018 & 2019 we have won a gold medal at the New Zealand Extra Virgin Olive Oil awards for our wonderful frantoio oil. 2019 we received the “best in class”accolade which puts this oil in the top 10 oilve oils in NZ for 2019. 

 Head to our Website product page for further information and prices.

www.totaratunnelolives.co.nz/

Contact

Ph: 0274 319 934
E: totaratunnelolives@gmail.com

Waikawa Glen

Waikawa Glen Olives are grown in sunny Waikawa Beach Road on an organic property. The climate is hot and dry in summer creating a delicious medium intensity extra virgin oil. Gate sales are available on Summer and Autumn weekends when Waikawa Blueberries are open for Pick Your Own.

Get Waikawa Glen Olive Oil delivered to your door by; 
maker2u.com
www.thislittle.co
greenbean.nz

Or pick up a bottle at these locations;
Brown Acres Manakau  https://www.facebook.com/brownacresmanakau/
Kerbside Coffee Waikanae  https://www.facebook.com/kerbsidecoffeekapiti/
Taper Cafe Levin  https://www.facebook.com/tapereatery/
Lean To Coffee Otaki Beach  https://www.facebook.com/lean2coffee/
Hideout Coffee SH1 Otaki   https://www.facebook.com/hideoutcoffeenz/

Contact

Ph: 021 712 217
E: waikawaglen@gmail.com

Waikōkopu Grove and Orchard

Waikōkopu Grove and Orchard is located just off State Highway 1 in Kuku, Horowhenua. Our grove flourishes behind the former Kuku Dairy Cooperative – a landmark heritage complex that from 1913 was a Māori-owned enterprise. Ngāti Tukorehe of Kuku has a long history of feeding people well. Back in the 1830s around the coastal Ōhau River area, our people raised pigs, grew gardens, fruit orchards and grain crops to support traders, whalers and the burgeoning city of Wellington. Upon this ancestral legacy, our hapū shareholder’s developed our hinterland farm in 1974, which continues today.

Fast forward to 2006 when the 7 hectares surrounding the dairy factory were purchased. As a direct descendant of key Ngāti Tukorehe horticultural leaders, Huhana Smith, partner Richard Anderson, Māori relations and friends planted the main grove Frantoio, Leccino and Pendolino varieties on what was a former Ōhau River bed. Our revitalising Waikōkopu Stream flows alongside the grove, hence the name. From 2016, Syrian New Zealanders have also brought expertise to the grove.

Our label design reflects a holistic ‘mountains to sea’ perspective. We draw upon local Māori knowledge of place to ensure that we create a healthier economic, cultural, social and environmentally sustainable turangawaewae (place to stand) for future generations. Our grove exercises kaitiakitanga (environmental care and protection) of our whenua (lands) and awa (waterways) in order to ensure high quality produce that is distributed locally and regionally – like our ancestors before us.

Due to changes in how we now interact, our olive oil can be delivered safely to your door (around Horowhenua and Wellington). Contactless pick up at the Kuku gate too from Thursday to Sunday only.

Contact: Director – Huhana Smith for all details.

Contact

Ph: 06 210 2589
E: makareta@me.com

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