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Wild Stock is Coming to Auckland


10 January 2019

On Sunday 10 March Cult Wine and Beer Jerk are bringing, Wild Stock the one-day festival of wild food, wild beer and wild wine to Auckland.

With over four dozen natural, lo-fi and experimental wines and over two dozen wild and sour beers, Wild Stock is an amazing opportunity for wine and beer lovers to take a walk on the wild side and try some of the most exciting beverages being made in New Zealand and Internationally today.

Wine and beer will be complemented by wild and foraged food from some of Auckland's best restaurants.

"Last year's Wild Stock was a blast, and we've had so many requests from Aucklanders who want to try a wider range of wild wine," says Jules van Costello, Wine Director of Wellington's Cult Wine.

"It's also a perfect opportunity for lovers of wild beer to try natural wine, and vice versa... We don't think Auckland has ever hosted an event dedicated to these amazing styles."

Wild Stock AKL is being held at Anthology K Road on Sunday 10 March. Tickets are available on eventfinda.com

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