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F.A.W.C! The Art of Tom: SOLD OUT
Iconic wine “TOM” is only made in exceptional vintages and is a tribute to Church Road patriarch and Hawke’s Bay wine pioneer Tom McDonald. Share the afternoon with Winemaker Chris Scott to taste the new releases from the 2014 vintage, benchmarked against the 2013 range. Upon arrival to the beautiful Tom McDonald Cellar you’ll enjoy a glass of our Cellar Door exclusive Church Road Methode Traditionnelle whilst you get to know Chris and your fellow tasters. A special candlelit tour of the underground wine museum and caves will unveil the history of Church Road and Tom McDonald and how his legacy inspires what Church Road do today. Following the tour you'll return to the Tom McDonald Cellar for a vertical tasting of Church Road TOM Syrah, Bordeaux blend & Chardonnay. You'll be treated to 3 flights including the 2013 vintage, new release 2014 and also receive a sneak peek at some of the 'components' of the upcoming vintage straight from the winery.
Ticket price includes - Glass of Cellar Door exclusive Church Road Methode Traditionnelle, Tasting of Church Road Tom Syrah, Bordeaux Blend & Chardonnay – three flights / 9 wines in total. Wine-matched canapés to accompany wine tasting and tour of underground museum & caves.
F.A.W.C! is a delicious event series of "out of the box" food and wine experiences, set in stunning landscapes and locations throughout Hawke's Bay, New Zealand twice a year. Make your way to Hawke’s Bay this June/July for Winter F.A.W.C! for five fabulous weekends of ‘out of the box’ food and wine events set in some of Hawke’s Bay’s most stunning locations. Hunker down with roaring fires, musical notes and endless lashings of local produce prepared in warming ways. Glasses of rich, full bodied reds will be taking centre stage as Hawke’s Bay’s food and wine heroes strut their stuff at over 60 events.
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Unique Art Deco heritage has been preserved with the skilful addition of modern theatre facilities making it the best provincial performing arts centre in the nation.
View website for Napier Municipal Theatre
Build on the blossoming national and international interest in William Colenso's life and ideas as the result of the William Colenso Bicentenary Celebrations in Hawke's Bay in 2011, and a body of new publications and research. View website for William Colenso
Located on Marine Parade, Napier, is the Bay Skate Park - home to skateboarding, BMX, roller derby, inline hockey and scootering. View website for Bay Skate
MTG Hawke's Bay
Comprising a Museum, Theatre and Gallery - MTG is home to a significant collection of objects that form the foundation of distinctive exhibitions, a world-class research facility and the MTG Theatre. View website for MTG Hawke's Bay