One of the Bridge Pa Triangle's boutique wineries has gone on the market with the owners wanting to spend more time with family.

Triangle Vineyard, which was set up by Adrienne and Bryce Campbell in 2006, has gone on the market through Bayleys Hawke's Bay with the price set as "by negotiation".

The couple set up Triangle Cellars on the site which takes in the 22.47ha BushHawk Vineyard which along with chardonnay and merlot plantings also features a New Zealand rarity in the wine world.

In 2009 they planted the Fiano variety - the first of its kind to be planted in this country.


Fiano is an Italian wine grape variety that is grown primarily in the Campania region of southern Italy and on the island of Sicily.

It produces a dry white wine and the first vintage was a limited release in 2013.

The wine went on to win awards.

The Campbells said they were closing the doors and wanted to thank everyone who over the past decade had shared their vineyard, cellar door and wine.

"It is now time for longer fishing trips, extended travel and more fun with our children and grandchildren," they posted on the vineyard's site, signing off with "cheers".

The Ngatarawa Rd vineyard's current least to the Delegats group is set to terminate on June 30, with the Campbells planning to close the doors on May 1.

A Bayleys spokesman said the vineyard was being offered for sale with several options, including vendor finance and also retention by the vendor of the cellar door and function building, with 1.5ha, on a cross-lease back agreement.

The vineyard is in a key location within the much acclaimed winegrowing region which has developed a reputation for producing award quality wines.