New Zealand Olive Oil From Moon over Martinborough

The diversity of New Zealand foods continues to expand everyday. If you want to branch out and try something else to go with your New Zealand wine or lamb — reach out and pick up a bottle of olive oil from Moon Over Martinborough. Now you may have to visit The Martinborough Wine Center— that will just be part of the joy — as you will leave not only with the olive you came in for but also some stunning bottles of Martinborough wine.

The Moon over Martinborough blog tells the story of an expat American city boy named Jared who settles down on 20 acres and an olive grove in New Zealand. Together Jared and his partner get the olive grove up and running without any prior knowledge. The website has been winning accolades, including:

  • Named ‘Website of the Month’ by New Zealand’s NetGuide Magazine
  • Syndicated in Wairarapa Lifestyle Magazine
  • Finalist in the ‘ONYA’ awards.

This video will give you more insight into Moon over Martinborough — including the chickens.

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3 Responses to “New Zealand Olive Oil From Moon over Martinborough”

  1. Sarah Says:

    Jared’s words are a delight to read and if the Moon Over Martinborough olive oil tastes anything as good as Jared’s blog is to read then it’s sure to be a grand success!

  2. Ron McFarland Says:

    Sarah – nice comment and on target. World needs more people making real foods and wine. Always worth the extra effort to search out and then enjoy.

  3. Featured on NZ Food and Wine TV « Moon over Martinborough Says:

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