One of New Zealand’s longest running wine festivals is this month

One of New Zealand’s most iconic wine regions will once again be on full display during the one-day 28th annual Toast Martinborough festival, scheduled for Sunday 17th November.

The long running festival of wine, food and music amongst the vines will highlight the spirit of Martinborough’s passionate wine community and task the participating vineyards in providing the highest quality wine to ensure guests have the best possible experience, leaving with a comprehensive overview of what it’s like to truly drink up the heavenly drops of Martinborough.

The festival, long been considered a favourite for visitors travelling through New Zealand as a group, is currently offering up attractive group packages available for groups of six or more, priced at $80 a ticket. That’s undoubtedly the best value you’re going to get for such a long-running wine festival in New Zealand.

For its 28th year, anyone heading along can expect 10 different vineyard sites welcoming guests to showcase their best wines, paired up with a range of food designed by the country’s top chefs.
Live music will also play a big part, taking advantage of the picturesque setting with an expansive program of local artists.

For more information about the festival program, and to purchase tickets, click HERE.

Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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