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Award winning retailer New Zealand House of Wine (Specialist New Zealand Merchant of the Year, International Wine Challenge) is organising a London tasting on the 17th November. Cost is £25.

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"Enjoy a fantastic selection of over 100 premium New Zealand wines including Astrolabe, Ata Rangi, Babich, Cloudy Bay, Craggy Range, Deutz, Esk Valley, Goldwater, Grove Mill, Hunter's, Kim Crawford, Lindauer, Montana, Muddy Water, Mt Difficulty, Palliser, Saint Clair, Vavasour, Vidal Estate, Villa Maria and Wither Hills with more to be confirmed!

So why not spend an evening sipping some of New Zealand's finest wines in the sumptuous surroundings of one of London's most prestigious and historic private members institutes in the heart of London. Steeped in history, this 19th century building was designed by John Nash and the first thing you will see when you pass through the magnificent pillared entrance on Pall Mall is the huge crystal chandelier, presented by King George IV to commemorate the Battle of Waterloo."

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