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Wed, 25 May


Wakatipu Grill

Carrick Winemakers Dinner | Wed 25 May

Enjoy Carrick wines sumptuously matched with Wakatipu Grill's specially created menu. Make it a staycation with special room rates available for dinner guests.

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Carrick Winemakers Dinner | Wed 25 May
Carrick Winemakers Dinner | Wed 25 May

Time & Location

25 May 2022, 6:00 pm

Wakatipu Grill, 79 Peninsula Road, Kawarau Village, Queenstown 9300, New Zealand

About the Event

Indulge in a flavour filled evening with delicious, elegant wine delectably matched with Wakatipu Grill’s specially created 4-course menu. This fun and vibrant table-sharing concept is hosted by Carrick Winemaker, Rosie Menzies. 

Don't miss out on this amazing night which will sell out!

$120 per person for canapes, 3 courses and 4 wines.

Wine Dinner Menu

Canapé | Oxtail En Croute 

Entrées | Duck Liver Parfait Caramelised brioche, mushroom duxelle and pine nuts 

Akaroa Salmon Cured and torched salmon, shiitake mushrooms, salmon caviar, ginger and lettuce jus

Mains  | Venison Cheeks Red cabbage, crushed hazelnuts and red wine jus

Whole Roasted Angus Beef Sirloin Mustard crust, watercress and onion 

Sides | Rosemary Polenta Cake 

Brussel Sprouts & Chestnuts

Dessert  | Honey Cake Dulce de leche, honeycomb, orange segments and citrus mascarpone ice-cream 

About winemaker, Rosie Menzies:

Rosie Menzies joined Carrick in late 2018. Originally from Hawke’s Bay, Rosie’s interest in wine was sparked by her charismatic 6th form chemistry teacher, who tasked students with making their own wine as a special project. Inspired to make it her career, she completed the Graduate Diploma in Viticulture and Oenology at Lincoln University in 2007. Since graduating, Rosie has worked at some of the world’s finest producers – Craggy Range (Hawke’s Bay), Seresin (Marlborough), GD Vajra (Piemonte, Italy), Chapoutier (Rhone Valley), and Cristom (Oregon).

Her travels around the globe also developed her respect for the influence of organic principles in wine farming and production, a quality that is inherent to Carrick.

About Carrick:

Carrick has always been about place. Our name derives from the old gold mining town and mountain range to which we overlook. The symbol of the ‘Carrick Bend’ on our labels is symbolic of the union between our land and our people.

To express this beautiful place, we make wines using only hand-picked, organically-certified, estate-grown fruit, with 100% indigenous yeast and minimal winery additions. Find out more >


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    Accommodation for two guests includes a night in a Hilton Guestroom, buffet breakfast, and parking.

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