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For the first time in Hawke’s Bay, New Zealand Cellarbrate™

Hawke’s Bay Wines, NZ music, scrumptious food & the heady days of summer
Waikoko Gardens, Hawke’s Bay A&P Showgrounds, Saturday 03.02.07

November 6 2007 – On Saturday February 3rd 2007 and for the first time, Cellarbrate © Hawke’s Bay wines, NZ music, food and summer all in one beautiful location, Waikoko Gardens, Hawke’s Bay A&P Showgrounds, Hastings, New Zealand.

Cellarbrate brings together the exceptional talents of Hawke’s Bay wines and winemakers in the spirit of celebration of wine, NZ music; 30+ musicians & 8 hours of music, food and the heady days of summer.

Starring award wineries from the region; Alpha Domus, Bilancia, Brookfields, Church Road, Clearview Estate, Corbans, Esk Valley Estate, Lime Rock, Longridge, Matariki Wines, Squawking Magpie, Te Awa, Trinity Hill, Wild Rock and Wishart Estate. Limburg Beer Company; est. Hawke’s Bay 1999 will offer their craft range of European style ales & lagers.

With New Zealand music guests, Cellarbrate is a one day celebration worthy of the world stage and spot light; The musical style and genius of The Phoenix Foundation, One Million Dollars, Deva Mahal, The Hot Grits, Mary Manon Merisier, Hawke’s Bay’s own Ben Throp and with the suave play by DJ L’il B, 30+ musicians will provide a feast of 8 hours of music to cross all genres and appeal to all ages.

Hawke’s Bay has a stunning reputation for producing world class and award winning wines, the region is a leading producer of superior red wines and with the diversity of the warm Mediterranean climate and diverse landscapes; the beautiful, sublime to the rich complex white wines are borne.

Hawke’s Bay food is synonymous with fresh, tasty, abundant, seasonal and deliciously appealing; Cellarbrate; will bring together a plethora of tastes from the region, creative, contemporary and simply scrumptious cuisine by DISH, Brookfields, Church Road and Clearview Estate Restaurant and more will be on the menu.

Cellarbrate is a one day event, suitable for all ages, families are welcome, with a safe, free and supervised kids zone located on site. Kids under 12 years old are FREE!
Cellarbrate is proudly supported by All-Brite Industries, a recovered materials specialist with 25 years’ experience in the recycling industry.

For more information please visit www.cellarbrate.co.nz

Cellarbrate tickets go on sale
Thursday November 9th 2006
Ticketmaster 0800 111 999
Online www.ticketmaster.co.nz
Ticketmaster outlets; Rebel Sports and Real Groovy Records

Ticket prices
Adults: $38 (includes Cellarbrate wine glass)
12-18 & pensioners $20
Kids under 12 FREE

Children must be accompanied by an adult, Cellarbrate ticket required for entry and all prices are inclusive GST and service charges. No outside food & beverages are permitted. No alcohol served to under-aged. Do not drink & drive.

Cellarbrate Key Details
Where: Waikoko Gardens
Hawke’s Bay A&P Showgrounds
Hastings, New Zealand
Date: Saturday February 3rd 2007
Waitangi Weekend
Time: 10am – 6:00pm
Parking: Free parking located via first gate on Kenilworth Road entrance
Entrance: Via first gate Kenilworth Road
Website: www.cellarbrate.co.nz


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