Tasting - Ohau Wines7:45 - 9:45 pm
Venue: Johnsonville Community Centre Hall, 30 Moorefield Rd, Johnsonville, Wellington 6037 – Directions.
Cost: Members $TBC, Guests $TBC
Background: From New Zealand's newest wine region - Just north of the Kapiti Coast in New Zealand's lower North Island pioneer winery Ohau Wines is producing award-winning wines with intense fruit flavours. Ohau's river terrace soils are similar to some of the better sites in Marlborough with a temperate climate comparable to Nelson and Hawke's Bay.
Pinot Gris and Sauvignon Blanc are the two signature varieties. Wines are marketed under the Ohau Gravels and Woven Stone labels. Ohau's wines are available in many international markets including China, Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia, The Philippines, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Japan, Indonesia and Australia.
Membership as easy as 1, 2, 3
By attending tastings each month you’ll receive great discounts on the wines being presented.
Offer only available on tasting nights.
Purchase raffle tickets at the door to go into a draw to win a bottle of wine from the presenter.
As a member present on the night you have a second chance to win in the members draw. Previous prize draw winners.
Who we are
Our membership includes those who are keen to learn about wine and others who simply enjoy sharing good wine in good company.
Get a taste of who we are by visiting one of our monthly meetings.
One of our committee will welcome you and introduce you to other people. We’re a friendly bunch!
Drinking and driving
Members will be aware of the lowering of drink/drive limits from December 2014. If unsure read the Land Transport Amendment Act (no 2) 2014.
We ask members to always be conscious of these limits and to take care when attending Club events.
If you know that you will taste several wines, appoint a designated driver to get you home safely or consider hiring a taxi. Water is provided. We encourage members and guests to feel free to drink this.
Wine bottle screw caps
Save and bring them to the next monthly meeting.
Anne is collecting them to give to the Lions organised Kidney Kids support group.
No food lids or beer tops please.