2020 EVOO Now In Store

Our 2020 EVOO is finally ready and available to purchase in our online shop.  We are also delighted to announce that we have done away with the old styrofoam and have moved to eco-friendly packaging! “PUNGENT” – the one word to describe the 2020 evoos. A dry Autumn in 2019, followed by a drought in Spring and Summer has intensified the tastes to another level with very complex vegetative and herb tastes and lingering pepper at the end. The anti-oxidant … Read More

New Eco Friendly Packaging

At Rangihoua we are very aware and concerned about our environmental footprint! How could we not be? We understand and realise more than anyone (perhaps?) how Olive Trees and the fruit react to the environment. A good growing season means a good yield and that translates to a higher chance of our oils having a better quality anti-oxidant levels – which in turn means better taste, increased popularity and more chance of winning awards! Conversely if the growing season is … Read More

30% Off Rangihoua Olive Oils

We are back – post covid-19 level 4 and level 3 lockdown and we are delighted to announce 30% Off Rangihoua Olive Oils. This year has so far been quite a challenge, as many of you will surely agree.  Covid-19 has meant the end of tourism in NZ for a while and sadly, we have had to close our tasting room… For many years we have welcomed visitors from all over the world to our Tasting Room, it’s been quiet … Read More

Sundowner 2020 – 7th March [cancelled]

Coming up soon at Rangihoua Estate   Sundowner 2020 with The Buzz Bars & The Paperbacks and DJ Alisha Paul Kick back and enjoy the tropical surrounds of Rangihoua Estate while listening to local musicians The Buzz Bars with Pete Reilly on guitar/vocals and Chris Orange on bass/vocals as they join vocalist Rose Meyer and Phil Barker on drums from Auckland based band The Paperbacks play as a 4 piece for this fun summer event from 4 to 7pm. Waiheke … Read More

Waiheke Jazz Festival 2020 [cancelled]

Following the Government announcement of 16 March it is clear that the Waiheke Jazz, Art & Music Festival can no longer go ahead. The health and well-being of all New Zealanders is paramount. We all have a part to play in keeping our communities safe and well. If you have purchased a ticket to the festival, iTicket will be in touch regarding ticket refunds. You can choose to donate part or all of your refund to help secure the future … Read More

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