Events & Tastings Calendar

We regularly host tastings around all major New Zealand hubs to showcase the products we represent and introduce our customers to new and exciting wines. These include exclusive events in Auckland, Wellington, Christchurch and Queenstown.

As well as higher-profile events, we do host more intimate tastings at our head office in Auckland.

Wine, Craft Beer & Food Expo

A showcase of delicious wine, craft beer and food from discerning suppliers and manufacturers, presenting products from New Zealand and around the world.

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Great Lake Event Centre, 5 Story Place
Taupō, 3330 New Zealand
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American Wine Tasting/Dinner

An evening of amazing food and American wines curated by Dhall & Nash Fine Wines and hosted by The Hour Glass Restaurant.

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The Hour Glass Restaurant, 49 Liardet Street
New Plymouth, 4310 New Zealand
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California Sunshine – Fine Wine Masterclass

Join us for a Fine Wine Tasting where we'll be showcasing our finest Californian wines. Champagne on arrival. Artisanal Food Platters served.

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Wellington Office, Dhall & Nash Fine Wines, 37 Courtenay Place, Level 1, Unit 13
Te Aro, Wellington, New Zealand
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Zema Estate 40th Anniversary Dinner

Join Demetrio Zemo, Director of Zema Estate for an evening of Zema's award winning Coonawarra Cabernet and Shiraz.

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Rees Hotel Culinary Dinner with Rod Easthope

Join us for an evening at the The Rees Hotel's tailor-made Culinary Series Event where we'll be featuring Billecart-Salmon and […]

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True South Dining Room, The Rees Hotel, 377 Frankton Road
Queenstown, New Zealand
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The Mangapapa Dinner

Join us for an evening of culinary delights from the Mangapapa Team and exceptional wines, curated by Dhall & Nash.

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Mangapapa Lodge, 466 Napier Road, Havelock North
Napier, 4172 New Zealand
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Past Events

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