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Scoop Images: Taste Martinborough

Images from the weekend’s 10th annual Taste Martinborough event, a sellout with 10,500 tickets sold.

13 vineyards participated. Each supplied its own wines for tasting or more serious drinking, and each also provided food, supplied by top restaurants in the Wairarapa and from Wellington.

The weather was perfect - sunny, but with a light southerly wind preventing it from getting too hot. Real relaxed and happy atmosphere everywhere.

More information at www.toastmartinborough.co.nz.


Getting down ‘n’ dirty


The Ar-Kay Cajun Band at Muirlea Rise –
good rhythm and great beards don’t happen overnight


A young ukelele maesto jams with the Wairarapa C&W Club


Soulsters Nudge give the dancers a wriggle-on


Man can not live on wine alone


Appreciating the spicy top notes at the Nwa Waka tent


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