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New Zealand Wine Festival Guide 2020

NZ Wine Festival Guide 2020

Wine festivals are a great way to discover new wineries and to meet the maker of your favourite tipple. Here in New Zealand we’re lucky that almost every wine region puts on a wine festival by now, showcasing a great selection of regional wine and produce.

We’ve put together a New Zealand Wine Festival Guide for you to make sure you don’t miss any of them over the coming season.

Marlborough Food & Wine Festival
Blenheim, 8 February 2020

Wellington Wine & Food Festival
Wellington, 1 February 2020

North Canterbury Wine & Food Festival
Waipara Valley, 8 March 2020

Wairarapa Wines Harvest Festival
Wairarapa, 14 March 2020

Hokitika Wild Foods Festival
West Coast, 14 March 2020

North Canterbury Wine & Food Festival
North Canterbury, 8 March 2020

Clyde Wine & Food Festival
Clyde, 12 April 2020

The Chardonnay Affair
Gisborne, 21-24 May 2020

Bluff Oyster Festival
Bluff, 23 May 2020

Winetopia
Wellington, 26-27 June 2020
Auckland, 17-18 July 2020

F.A.W.C! Winter Series
Hawke’s Bay, 5-28 June 2020

Auckland Restaurant Month
Auckland, August 2020

Wine & Food Celebration
Auckland, August 2020

Pinot Palooza
Auckland, 29 August 2020
Christchurch, 5 September 2020

The Chocolate & Coffee Show
Auckland, 5-6 October 2020

First Light Gisborne Wine & Food Festival
Gisborne, 25 October 2020

F.A.W.C! Summer Series
Hawke’s Bay, November 2020

Toast Martinborough
Wairarapa, 15 November 2020

Taste of Auckland
Auckland, November 2020

Wine & Food Festival
Christchurch, December 2020

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