After traveling the world for many years, the leaders of Mud House settled in New Zealand, falling in love with this country. For each grape variety, they plant high-quality vines on different soils, which allows them to produce wines that express the terroir of the area. The winegrowers of the farm guaranteed that the grapes will achieve optimal ripeness and expressiveness of the varietal character, and the winemakers with their delicate work "captured" the essence of the grape and terroir, producing different wines, which were highly appreciated by both wine lovers and professionals. The company had two wineries, one in Marlborough and the other in Waipara Valley. This allowed the Mud House wine team, led by oenologist Ben Glover, to build their work more flexibly, using both traditional and state-of-the-art winemaking techniques. It should be noted that Mud House tries to maximize the use of organic cultivation of the vineyards: sheep are grazed in the vineyards to remove weeds and provide natural soil fertilizer, and crops (buckwheat) are planted between the rows of vineyards to ensure biodiversity and healthy soil.