choose your entry ticket:

General admission

final release

  • Access to 25 Wineries
  • Wide Range of food trucks
  • Brews x Views with Rhyme x Reason
  • Glendhu Social Club by Scapegrace Distilling Co
  • Entertainment headlined by The Black Seeds
  • Re-useable Wine tumbler
  • 2 x Wine Tasting Vouchers

Maude Wine Lounge

  • All benefits of GA
  • Entry to exclusive Maude VIP Lounge (R18)
  • VIP Express Lane entry
  • Glass of Maude Sparkling on arrival to Lounge
  • 6 Walk n Fork style Canapés
  • Prime view of the entertainment

Wine and Dine with Akarua

  • All benefits of GA
  • Entry to exclusive Akarua Banquet Hall (R18)
  • VIP Express Lane entry
  • Canapé paired with glass of Akarua Wine on arrival
  • 3 Course plated meal paired with Akarua Wines
  • Prime view of the entertainment

choose your add-on

quartz reef masterclass centre

Chef Evelyn and winemaker Rudi

Evelyn Vallilee and her business partner Jesse Herbert created Dripping Bowl Wanaka with the ethos of food good for the body and the soul.

Evelyn will show you a few quick, easy AND healthy snacks you can whip up at home and Winemaking legend Rudi Bauer will explain why it goes so well with a  Quartz Reef wine in hand!

Jane Skilton MW

Master of Wine Jane Skilton has visited more winemaking areas than you have even heard of! She has judged many NZ and international wine Shows.
The founder of NZ School of wines and spirits will teach you the differences between NZ wine regions and the world (and why Central Otago is the best)

Angela Allan

To become the 2023 NZ Sommelier of the Year, Angela had to complete challenges like blind-tasting, decanting a bottle of wine over a candle, precision pouring of a sparkling wine, and more.
In this fun presentation Angela will teach you somm skills to get the best out of your wine, and show off to your friends while your at it.

Candice chow

Central Otago is renowned for its Pinot Noir, but did you know the region is swiftly making its mark with Chardonnay too?

We’ll explore what sets Central Otago’s Chardonnay apart and how it’s catching up to the classics.