Haldon Range superfine wool fibre is grown in exacting conditions
ideally suited to the Merino sheep breed.
These conditions are unique to the Awatere Valley of Marlborough,
New Zealand - a mix of fertile valley downlands backed by steep
2,000 metre mountains - all compressed into a relatively small area.
Hot, dry summer months contrast with clear, cold winters and there
is a similar contrast between lush lower pastures and tussock-covered
Moved seasonally between extremes of topography, climate and vegetation,
the Merino flock thrives to produce superfine fibre in the 10 -
16 micron range.
Objective measuring shows this fibre is amongst the very best that
is available in the world.