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Don't let summer fruit go to waste. Get picking and make little jars of delicious jams and chutneys.
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The Mud House Wine Group marketing manager Cathy Wansink says SAS-Scandinavian Airlines will be serving the celebrated 2010 Mud House Sauvignon Blanc to its business
class guests from June this year. The same wine has also been selected for Singapore Airlines business class flights, she says. Wansink says the company is thrilled to have also found favour with Australia’s national carrier, with Qantas choosing the 2009 Mud House Swan Pinot Noir for its business class. The company’s wines are also a huge hit with Air New Zealand, which chose to serve its popular 2008 Waipara Hills Waipara Chardonnay on international business premier class flights recently. “The 2010 Mud House Central Otago Pinot Noir has been selected by Air New Zealand for international economy class flights and will be available in the near future, while the 2009 varietal can be enjoyed in Koru Lounges throughout the country already,” says Wansink.
When: 14, 15, 21, 22 & 25 Jan 2012
Venue: MV TOROA
Official website: http://www.pelorustours.co.nz/maud_island_tours.html
Tickets: Pelorus Tours - bookings essential
Pricing: Adults $125 Children $65 (13yr&under)
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Phone: 03 573 4203
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Email this event to a friend + Leaving 9am, Return approx. 6:30pm. Havelock Commercial Passenger Jetty 1A
Skipper: Gary Orchard
Vessel: M.V. TOROA
Dates in January: Sun 8/ Sat 14/Sun 15/ Sat 21/ Sun 22/ Wed 25 - Bookings essential from Pelorus Tours
Wet weather has forced organisers to postpone the Marlborough Rowing Championships which were to be held this weekend on the Wairau River, based at the Blenheim Rowing Club.Read the full post
The Dan Carter – Honor Dillon wedding on the weekend is described by the Marlborough Express as “three or four days of the best marketing the region could have had; miles better than anything tourism promotions group Destination Marlborough could have paid for. On the TV news, in all the papers and on the radio with talk of exclusive resorts and general poshness – all creating a good image of the place in the national mindset.”Read the full post
The first cherries of the season are being picked in Marlborough.Read the full post