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Meet NZ’s finest cheesemakers at Cuisine CheeseFest

Diary Note 14 January 2014

Meet New Zealand’s finest cheesemakers at Cuisine CheeseFest

Event: Cuisine CheeseFest
Where: The Langham, 83 Symonds Street, Auckland
When: Wednesday 5 March 2014, 5pm – 8:30pm
Cost: $30 at www.eventfinder.co.nz or $35 at the door

The event all cheeselovers salivate over is back in 2014, where the country’s finest cheesemakers come together to showcase their award winning creations.
Cuisine CheeseFest will once again be hosted in The Langham Auckland’s Great Room, on Wednesday March 5th from 5pm till 8:30pm.

This is the ultimate New Zealand cheese experience, and gives the public a unique opportunity to meet the faces behind their favourite brands, and enjoy free samples of our country’s top cheese as part of the 2014 NZ Champions of Cheese Awards.
As well as discovering and tasting award-winning products, there is also the ‘famous’ cheese sale tables where New Zealand’s best cheeses can be bought at great prices.

All guests will receive a complimentary beverage when they arrive, thanks to Stoneleigh Latitude wine and Tuatara beer. Cuisine magazine’s 2014 Artisan Award winners will also have their winning products on display, giving people the opportunity to sample and purchase from their stands.

Book tickets now at www.eventfinder.co.nz from $30 ($2 booking fee applies).

For more information, visit cheesefest.co.nz or facebook.com/CheeseLoversNZ

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