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New Zealand Wines – GI 23 213 (Face to Face)

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27 June 2024 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm BST

Tutor: Jeremy Blood

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Date: 27 June 2024
Time:
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Cost:
£33.00 – £38.00
Reference Code:
GI 23 213
Location:
Ward Street
Guildford, Surrey GU1 4LH

Overview

When it comes to New Zealand wine, thirst-quenching Sauvignon Blanc is usually the first thing to spring to mind. However, across both islands, roots run far deeper than just Sauvignon Blanc. Varying topographical differences, soil types and microclimates create a diverse viticultural scene, making it one of the Southern Hemisphere’s most exciting wine regions. Join experienced tutor Jeremy as he guides you through a delightful selection of wines.

All wine is included in the cost of this workshop.

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New Zealand Wines - GI 23 213 - Full Price
£ 38.00
5 available
New Zealand Wines - GI 23 213 - Concessions (30yrs & under, 65yrs + & jobseekers)
£ 35.50
5 available
New Zealand Wines - GI 23 213 - Member
£ 33.00
5 available

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