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Saturday 18th April - 6:30pm
An evening spanning the Northern & Southern Hemisphere varietals of Domaine-Thomson

William Rees was an early pioneer in Queenstown. He was followed a few years later by John Turnbull Thomson, the first ‘official’ to sight Lake Wakatipu. Known as "Surveyor Thomson", JT Thomson named many of the local landmarks in the region, including Mt Aspiring, Cardrona and Mt Pisa, where today his great-great-grandson, David Hall-Jones grows pinot noir. Together with his wife PM, they also own vineyards in Burgundy and craft fantastic pinot noir from two of the top regions in the world that produce it: Burgundy and Central Otago. Come and celebrate an evening of delicious wines from both hemispheres with PM, David and the team from Domaine-Thomson with guests enjoying food designed and matched by Corey Hume, award-winning Executive Chef of True South Dining Room.

6 wines + 6 courses including a welcome drink and canapes

$135.00 per person
To enquire about tickets, please email events@therees.co.nz

Future Culinary Series Winemaker events:

June 25 - Mid Winter Christmas with Billecart-Salmon and Mountford Estate
August 21 - Felton Road