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Te Mata Coleraine Wine and Degustation Dinner

Once-in-a-Lifetime Te Mata Coleraine Wine and Degustation Dinner Event
at
The Rees Hotel, Queenstown, New Zealand

Enjoy a rare evening featuring 15 consecutive vintages of the legendary Coleraine, hosted by John Buck of Te Mata Estate, alongside superb cuisine prepared by New Zealand Beef + Lamb Ambassador Chef, Ben Batterbury of the True South Dining Room.

The evening will begin with a glass of Taittinger champagne and canapés, followed by Ben’s phenomenal five course degustation menu specifically crafted to match the exquisite selection of 15 iconic Te Mata Coleraine Wines. The Rees Hotel’s general manager Mark Rose says, “ This is truly a culinary event that is unlikely to be replicated and one any dedicated wine connoisseur, foodie or lover-of-the-good-things-in-life should not miss.”

Tickets strictly limited to only 15 people


Date: Saturday 15th November 2014
Time: 6:30pm pre dinner drinks, 7pm dinner commences
Where: The Rees Hotel’s True South Dining Room www.therees.co.nz 377 Frankton Rd, Queenstown
Package: Two nights in Executive Lake View Hotel Room, luxury airport transfers, daily breakfasts in the True South Dining Room and exclusive tickets to “The Coleraine Dinner”
Package cost: $NZ 425 per person, per night based on double/twin share (Single price $NZ 625 per night) Extra night/s: $NZ 200 per person, per night, for accommodation and breakfast

To reserve your package contact events@therees.co.nz or phone: +64 (0)3 450 1100

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