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  • Highfield Estate

    Established in 1989, Highfield is more than a winery—it's also a restaurant and a one-room B&B. Sit on the terrace and try a glass of the 2004 Sauv... More
  • Hokitika Wildfoods Festival

  • Kathy Lynskey Wines

    Her 2003 Block 36 Reserve Pinot Noir has received gold medals in two U.S. wine competitions; the intensely aromatic 2005 Vineyard Select Sauvignon ... More
  • Kensington Tours

    A vast range of personalized itineraries, including working on archaeological digs in Israel and trekking to see gorillas in Rwanda, while staying ... More
  • Lynda Turley Garrett

    Top tip: In Hobart, Tasmania, she suggests a visit to the Salamanca market, where more than 300 producers peddle artisanal foods. Years as agent: 3... More
  • Margery Hunter

    A travel specialist for Rudi Steele, Margery Hunter has been whisking travelers around the globe for more than 20 years. Dallas-based Hunter has be... More
  • Michael Lett

  • Mission Estate

  • Natalie Chan

    For hats and hair accessories with a retro spin, stop by Natalie Chan; even Lady Gaga has one of the designer's one-off creations. Her pearl-and-fe... More
  • Natural Habitat Adventures

    Spend two weeks in a rugged, diverse landscape. Led by a seasoned naturalist, search for the elusive Brown Kiwi on Stewart Island and trek to Westl... More
  • Nautilus Estate

    The vintner, Clive Jones, occasionally makes small batches of Sauvignon Blanc that are not sold anywhere else. More
  • Off the Beaten Path

    The Bozeman, Montana-based company specializes in itineraries to destinations throughout North and South America (as well as New Zealand, where it ... More
  • Peregrine Wines

  • Real Journeys

    Plan a lake cruise on the Earnslaw, a 98-year-old steamer, or a half day of white-water rafting on the Shotover River. More
  • Royal Jewellery Studio

    Housed in a restored cinema, Royal Jewellery Studio sells the work of such local artisans as Benjamin Flynn, who uses Maori koru patterns in his ha... More
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