At Invivo, we make wine our mates would drink, and talk about it the same way they would: honest, down to earth, and without too much BS.
That’s been the deal since we started back in 2008… two homesick Kiwis in a London pub with a dream of taking New Zealand wine to the world. Two maxed out credit cards and a vintage later we were away!
In what has become an eagerly anticipated annual affair, Graham Norton
is back with a new vintage for 2017 – but this vintage, Graham goes solo
What do you get when you combine Kiwi can-do, European winemaking experience and awful guitar skills? Invivo co-founder and Chief Winemaker Rob “Crusher” Cameron.
Rob didn’t follow the usual New Zealand winemaking path. After learning the ropes back home he headed for Europe, working in wineries everywhere from Moldova, Cyprus, Bulgaria and Hungary to France, Spain and Italy.
Rob’s approach to winemaking combines old world elegance with the best grapes he can lay his hands on, from New Zealand and around the world. The result? Bloody good wine, that’s what.
All the marketing support in the world won’t work if the wines don’t stack up. Invivo’s wines have won a whole host of awards locally and internationally, including:
23 x 5 STAR RATINGS
At Invivo we enjoy putting together the odd video for your viewing pleasure. Check out some great clips – and bloopers – from our Graham Norton blending sessions; a message from our US Glambassador Nigel Barker; see what goes down at the Invivo AGM; and of course, enjoy Tim and Rob singing for New Zealand’s first ever entry at Eurovision!
Invivo AGM 2017 Highlights
Graham norton 2017 Blending Outtakes
Invivo Announces Nigel Parker as US “Glambassador”
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