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Savour New Zealand Moves to Auckland

Savour New Zealand Moves to Auckland

In the first weekend of May 2008 Savour New Zealand will be hosted at the Langham Hotel in Auckland. Traditionally held in Christchurch, the event is moving to Auckland with an expanded programme.

“Savour New Zealand is considered the landmark event for wine and food lovers in this country; it is fitting that it is hosted at New Zealand’s best hotel – The Langham Hotel having recently won the New Zealand Restaurant of the Year for the second consecutive year” says Astrid Andersen, the Event Director.

Moving north gives Savour New Zealand the opportunity to expand into the vibrant Auckland restaurant scene and delegates will be able to experience some of the top chefs in the world in a local restaurant.

The full programme will be on the website when it ‘goes live’ on 10 December 2007 and tickets will go on sale at this time.

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