Colours

Each of our colourways are informed by the delicate beauty of the landscapes in our backyard of Wanaka and the neighbouring valleys at the foot of the Southern Alps. Every effort has been made to portray the colours of our products as accurately as possible. However, we cannot guarantee that all screen displays of colour will match exactly. Our natural products may have variations between batches, adding individuality between products.

Mt Gold

Mt Gold is the hue of the mountains at dusk or “magic hour” as we call it here in Wānaka. . A warm, soft-honey, sunset glow...

Bendigo

Rich neutral | Soft caramel

Mt Burke

Named for our friends’ high country farm station on the edge of Lake Wānaka, Mt Burke is a soft off-white tone, staying true to the unadulterated colour of pure sheep’s wool...

Matuki

Derived from the Māori name of the local river, Matukituki, this pale hue is reminiscent of river-tumbled quartz and a snowy landscape.

Cardrona

Rolling snow-glades of the Cardrona ski field and historic gold-mining village near Wānaka give this colourway its name.

Black Peak

A rich statement colourway, this hue is named after a spectacular jagged and rocky peak in the Wānaka skyline.

Minaret

High above Lake Wānaka, the Minaret mountain range is home to one of our favourite farm stations. This hue is the midnight-black of alpine schist...

Gladstone

This smoky twilight colour alludes to the mystery of Gladstone, a paper town that never eventuated.

Glen Dene

Glen Dene refers to the high country farm station on the shores of Lake Hāwea. We chose this name for our whiskey and bracken hued colourway.

Pisa

Think of a night cosied up in an alpine hut nestled in the Pisa mountain range, after you’ve been skiing cross country to get to your destination. This is the color for that feeling

Lindis

This colourway is inspired by the golden tussock fields adorning the mountain pass where Lord of the Rings Fangorn Forest was filmed...

Dublin Bay

The muses behind this colourway are the pebbles on our home beach at Dublin Bay Wānaka.