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Waiheke Wine Day Out presented by Metro

Sunday 16 June

 

Escape to Waiheke Island for a unique (all-inclusive) wine-lovers adventure.

The vineyards of Waiheke, with their incredible hospitality skills,
will be showcasing the best of their region at 3 beautiful venues. 


Food and wine pairings from seven Waiheke vineyards will be enjoyed at
Tantalus Estate, Batch Winery and Wild on Waiheke.  

Wild EstateChardonnay tasting with canapes

Tantalus Estate - Syrah tasting with canapes

Batch Winery -  Bordeux Blend tasting with canapes

The tour includes exploring a state of the art gravity fed winery, learning about sustainable viticulture and the history of the Waiheke winegrowing region.
You’ll also have plenty of time to relax, enjoy wine and wander amongst the
vines and outdoor sculptures.

There will also be the opportunity to participate in archery and laser clay bird shooting.

Vineyards featured include:  

Kennedy Point

Casita Miro  

Poderi Crisci 

Tantalus Estate 

Batch Winery 

Postage Stamp Wines 

Wild Estate

Your event ticket includes:

  • All food and wine tastings

  • Return ferry trip to Waiheke ex Auckland CBD** 

  • Bus travel between the venues.

Full event ticket - $155 per person*

No-Ferry ticket - ​​$125

No-Ferry ticket  - $125pp

There is the option to purchase a 'no-ferry' ticket to this event. Perfect for Waiheke locals or those who already have a concession card for the Waiheke ferry. Puchasers of this ticket will meet the chartered event bus at Matiatia wharf and travel with the rest of the group around the venues as planned in the itinerary. They will be returned to Matiatia wharf at the end of the day. 

**You will receive your ferry ticket separately via email from Fullers prior to the event. If the event runs over time, guests will depart Waiheke on the 4pm ferry. There is also a ticket option without ferry transport available. Perfect for Waiheke locals or those who already have a concession pass for the ferry. 

 

NB. There is the option to stay longer on Waiheke Island if you wish.