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Tickets To Toast Martinborough On Sale Next Week

Tickets To Toast Martinborough On Sale Next Wednesday

Tickets to this year's Toast Martinborough wine, food and music festival go on sale next Wednesday 11 October.

This year, Toast Martinborough celebrates 15 years as the annual showcase for the quality wine produced in the South Wairarapa region. Organiser Cath Hopkin said that this year's festival on Sunday 19 November boasts another excellent line up of award winning wine, superb food and great entertainment at each of the 11 participating vineyards.

"Over the past 15 years, Toast Martinborough has earned a place as one of the top events in the nation's wine and food calendar. This year promises to be as good as ever with a fabulous range of food from some of the Wairarapa and capital's top chefs superbly matched to a stunning collection of the region's wines.

"As with previous festivals, some of the wine on offer is not widely available and can only be sampled at Toast Martinborough."

Entertainers performing at this year's event include The Mermaids, Ray Woolf and Shaun Preston, along with festival favourites The Mod Squad, The Beat Girls, Liz Braggins and The Warratahs.

Tickets to the festival are expected to sell out quickly again this year. This year's tickets will cost $60 and will be available from Ticketmaster from 9am next Wednesday 11 October.

For more information contact:
Cath Hopkin, phone 06 306 9183 or 021 586 278

2006 Toast Martinborough Festival line up

Winery Restaurant/caterer Entertainment
Palliser Estate Monsoon Poon
Boulcott St Bistro
Arbitrageur Beat Girls
Craggy Range Terroir DJ Mikey Havoc
Tropical Downbeat Orchestra
Te Kairanga Main St Deli The Mod Squad
Uncle Monkey
Alana Estate Alana Estate Hitchcock Railway
Shaun Preston
Tirohana Estate Crazy Horse Steakhouse The Mermaids
Out to Lunch
Ata Rangi Ruth Pretty Catering Nathan Harris
Liz Braggins
Vynfields Boulot & Scopa The Warratahs
Margrain The Old Winery Cafe Roger Fox and band
Ray Woolf
Winslow Wines The Riverview Cafe Verandah Band
Martinborough Vineyard Chameleon Nudge
Muirlea Rise Fine Cuisine Monty Wolf & Figjam


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