Our spy agents possess our best kept secrets. And in fact, they are the secret to making the best wine.
We might be serious at our wine making, but we’re even more serious about having fun doing it. Our people are part of our family, bringing passion and heart to Spy HQ.
As the daughter of our founding family, Amanda has Spy Valley in her blood. She is invigorated by the challenges of leading our team, and of inspiring the world of wine. Amanda is passionate about looking after the land for future generations, and knows how crucial sustainability is to both Spy Valley and our wine industry. Amanda is delighted to be fulfilling her long held dream of immersing herself in the family business.
Our Spy dog Puka. He knows all our secrets.
There is nothing better than Pinot Noir and curry on a cold night in front of the fire watching the All Blacks win.
French heritage influences this Kiwi, fostering his passion for the aromatic varieties, especially Riesling, and providing a pedigree of excellence in Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.
When he's not in the winery, Paul is one of Marlborough's best multisport athletes with a huge amount of energy and a dedication to achieve at the highest level.
I got rejected from the school choir when I was 8, which cut short a promising musical career!
My favourite wine at the moment would be Riesling, and you can't go past whitebait patties with a glass of Envoy Sauvignon Blanc.
Responsible for all of the estate vineyards and part of the team since 2001, Adam knows Spy Valley inside out.
When not in the vines Adam can be found fishing and diving the Marlborough Sounds or scoring tries on the rugby field.
When we first purchased the H171 Wetlands I didn’t know a Kahikatea from a Totara now I quite often go for a walk through the wetland and have my lunch in the middle of it.
Nothing beats Spy Valley Riesling with scallops wrapped in bacon on the BBQ.
Amanda has recently moved to Marlborough, ready to dive into the wine industry, an industry she has actively been supporting for years. She is responsible for the cellar door management and marketing support.
We have secret codes hidden in the building architecture. If you study the winery closely you will find Spy in morse in the wooden panels leading to cellar door and the windows above winery.
It depends on the season. In winter you can't beat Syrah with Roast Lamb and in Summer it would have to be Rosé with anything!