Gather for an afternoon of French-styled frivolity at one of Hawke’s Bay’s most intriguing homesteads.
With artisan sausages, cured meats and gourmet parfaits and terrines from Auckland’s finest French butchers l’Authentique, Mahurangi, oysters from Leigh, owned by two Central Hawke’s Bay boys, a father and son from Waipawa, who will be shucking the freshest oysters to make your taste buds tingle’ , award-wining wines from Smith & Sheth and local beer from Giant Brewery, this will be a French-styled afternoon soirée filled with champagne, charcuterie, locally-sourced produce and new season asparagus, unique wines and specially-brewed beer.
Spend the afternoon at the pétanque courts on the lawn with tunes provided by special guest DJs Murry Sweetpants of Base FM/Special Needs and Chopper Reeds, of Fat Freddy’s Drop.
Rendezvous at Smith & Sheth from 11.30am until 1.00pm and we'll transport you to this hidden gem for the party, and then back again at the end of the event.
Ticket price includes: transport to/from event location, complimentary glass of champagne on arrival (cash bar follows), all food on the day, entertainment. Please use the shuttles provided and do not go to the venue directly.
There are 180 tickets available for this event.
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