In 2011 vineyards occupied the greater part of the Wairau plain, outside the built-up areas of Blenheim and Renwick and the salt-laden soils along the coast. The lower Awatere valley, with Seddon at its centre, was less fully occupied by vineyards. There were more plantings in the north-facing river valleys which open onto the Wairau plain, and in parts of the middle Wairau valley, near the mouth of the Waimā River. There were also vineyards south of Kaikōura (not shown on this map).
Map courtesy of Marlborough District Council
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