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New dates added to sold out dine Uncorked Winemaker Dinners

Media Release
30 August 2012

New dates added to the sold out dine Uncorked Winemaker Dinner Series

Tickets are being snapped up to the next event in the dine Uncorked Winemakers Dinner Series at dine by Peter Gordon. The evenings have been so popular, with 12 September already sold out, that new dates have been made available to keep up with demand. Diners are urged to get tickets early to avoid the disappointment of missing out on this once in a lifetime experience.

The series which has been developed by SKYCITY Auckland and New Zealand’s Family of Twelve have been holding events every two months in dine by Peter Gordon. Knowledgeable speakers from the hosted wineries will be present at the dinner to enlighten guests on the winery and answer any questions.

The Family of Twelve is a collective of 12 family-owned New Zealand wineries that came together as New Zealand’s premium Wine Family. Since 2005 the group have worked together in key export markets to promote the high quality and regional diversity of New Zealand wines.

Danny Bucalo, SKYCITY’s General Manager of Food and Beverage says, “We are delighted by the success of the winemakers dinners and our partnership with both Peter Gordon and Family of Twelve that has made this possible. The dinners have been immensely successful having being sold out and additional dinners scheduled due to popular demand”.

Date of events:
Tuesday 11 September – Felton Road and Craggy Range – New date
Wednesday 12 September – Felton Road and Craggy Range – SOLD OUT
Wednesday 14 November – Palliser Estate and Lawson’s Dry Hills
Thursday 15 November – Palliser Estate and Lawson’s Dry Hills – New date
Wednesday 5 December – The Millton Vineyard and Neudorf Vineyards

Spaces are available for the dine uncorked winemaker dinner series. For more information see www.skycityauckland.co.nz or contact dine by Peter Gordon on (09) 363 7030 to reserve your space today!

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