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What Is Wellington Pinot? Seminar

What Is Wellington Pinot? Seminar

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When:

  • Mon 29 Oct ’18, 6:30pm – 8:30pm

Where:

Wine Sentience Hub, 104 Vivian St, Wellington

Restrictions:

R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $25.00

Website:

Wine Sentience

Wellington Wine Country is the newly-minted regional identity for the Wairarapa, incorporating Martinborough, Gladstone and the greater Wairarapa. One of New Zealand’s oldest Pinot Noir-growing regions, it is home to both some of the oldest and newest wine producers in the country.

We have the pleasure of hosting a panel discussion with Helen Masters, winemaker at Ata Rangi; Wilco Lam, winemaker at Dry River and Jannine Rickards, winemaker of Urlar and Huntress wines, on what it means to be a Wellington Pinot Noir.

Our own Stephen Wong, Master of Wine, will be the panel facilitator. There are at least ten delicious Pinot Noirs included in the two hour-long seminar - listed below. Come at take part in the conversation about our local region, the future of Pinot Noir and what it means to be from Wellington. This seminar is made possible with the kind contributions of the speakers and participating wineries.

- 2016 On Giants Shoulders
- 2014 The Elder
- 2015 Luna Blue rock vineyard (in magnum)
- 2017 Cambridge Road
- 2016 Grava
- 2013 Home Block Margrain
- 2014 Reserve Te Hera
- 2016 Ata Rangi
- 2016 Dry River
- 2016 Urlar

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