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Hot Red Hawke’s Bay is Coming to Town

Hot Red Hawke’s Bay is Coming to Town

For one night only, 29 Hawke’s Bay wineries will be together in one fantastic venue, showcasing over 200 wines.

Nicholas Buck chairman of Hawke's Bay Winegrowers says this year ‘Hot Red Hawke’s Bay wine shows are set to be a ‘not to be missed’ event with the biggest line up of wineries the event has ever seen! There will be lots of 2013 new releases not yet on the shelves and a special something to taste with wineries bringing a ‘under the table’ wine along.’

Join us for a wonderful evening tasting award winning Hawke’s Bay wine and delicious canapés.

Meet with inspirational winemakers as they introduce you to their elegant Hawke’s Bay wines. Chat with them to gain an insight in to the Hawke’s Bay wine region, their top wine tips and picks, as well as a sneak preview of the 2013 vintage. There will also be the opportunity to order wines direct from the wineries at special “Hot Red” Prices. Don’t forget to request the ‘under the table wine’ from wineries for a taste of something special.

Showcasing:

Abbey Cellars |Alpha Domus |Ash Ridge |Babich Wines |Beach House |Black Barn |Church Road |Clearview Estate |Coopers Creek Hill |Crossroads |Cypress Wines |Elephant Hill |Esk Valley |Lime Rock |Mission Estate |Mills Reef |Ngatarawa Wines |Pask Winery |Rod McDonald |Sacred Hill |Sileni |Squawking Magpie |Te Awa |Te Mata |Tironui Estate |Trinity Hill |Unison |Vidal Estate |Villa Maria

Tickets and full event info available through www.eventfinda.co.nz key word search ‘ Hot Red’

About Hot Red Hawke’s Bay
This decadent event, is held annually at the Viaduct Event Centre in Auckland and Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington, showcasing the region's exquisite wines.
Enjoy an evening with inspirational winemakers and canapés while tasting elegant flavoursome Hawke’s Bay wines, including many 2013 releases – a night not to be missed

2014 Hot Red Hawke’s Bay events are in Wellington– Monday 16th & Auckland– Tuesday 17th June 2pm – 5pm Trade & Media, 6pm – 9pm Consumer.

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