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NZ’s best cheesemakers on show at Cuisine CheeseFest

4 February 2013

New Zealand’s best cheesemakers on show at Cuisine CheeseFest

Event: Cuisine CheeseFest
Where: The Langham, 83 Symonds Street, Auckland
When: Wednesday 27 February 2013, 12noon – 3pm / 5pm - 9pm
Cost: $30 at www.eventfinder.co.nz or $35 at the door

New Zealand’s largest cheese event is on in Auckland next month, with the country’s best cheesemakers coming together to showcase their award-winning creations.

This year Cuisine CheeseFest has extended its opening hours, giving cheese lovers more time to peruse and sample the finest cheeses from New Zealander’s most talented cheesemakers.

Cuisine CheeseFest will be held in The Langham Auckland’s Great Room on Wednesday 27 February in two sessions; from 12noon–3pm and from 5pm-9pm.

All guests will receive a complimentary beverage when they arrive, thanks to Crossroads Wines and Moa Beer. Cuisine magazine’s 2013 Artisan Award winners will also have their winning products on display, giving people the opportunity to sample and purchase from their stands.

Cuisine CheeseFest gives the public the fantastic opportunity to experience all of the country’s top cheeses as part of the 2013 NZ Champions of Cheese Awards.

Meet the cheesemakers, sample and discover award-winning products, quench your thirst with Moa Beer and purchase New Zealand’s best cheese at great prices.

Each ticket purchased gives guests the chance to win two night’s accommodation at the picturesque Peppers Parehua, Martinborough and a Gourmet Food Trail experience valued at $498*.

Book tickets now at www.eventfinder.co.nz from $30 ($2 booking fee applies).
For more information, visit www.cheeselovers.co.nz

*Conditions apply, subject to availability. Block-out dates apply. Minimum two night stay applies. Value based on room, per night. Valid for sale and travel until 30/11/13.

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