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An evening of celebration with Brancott Estate & Hayley West

An evening of celebration with Brancott Estate & Hayley Westenra
Unveiling of Brancott Estate’s icon Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc, a superb three course dinner and exclusive performance by New Zealand’s very own Hayley Westenra

To celebrate the New Zealand unveiling of Brancott Estate’s limited edition release icon Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and the start of harvest at Brancott Vineyard, guests can join Patrick Materman, chief winemaker for Brancott Estate, for an evening of superb food and wine together with an exclusive performance by New Zealand’s very own classical crossover sensation, Hayley Westenra.

Hayley will entertain guests at the Brancott Estate Heritage Centre against the picture perfect setting of Brancott Vineyard, the home of Brancott Estate, with a memorable one-off performance.

AN EVENING OF CELEBRATION WITH BRANCOTT ESTATE & HAYLEY WESTENRA
WHERE: Brancott Estate Heritage Centre
Brancott Vineyard, 180 Brancott Road, Marlborough
WHEN: Thursday 7th March 2013, 7.00pm
PRICE: $200 per person - ticket includes a superb three course dinner with wine matches, tasting of Brancott Estate’s icon Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc and exclusive performance by Hayley Westenra

TO BOOK: Telephone 03 520 6975 (Credit card details may be required at time of booking). R18 event. Tickets are limited.


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