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An interactive wine experience launched in Queenstown is offering consumers a unique oppportunity to sample the region’s finest.
Media release, Whisk Yourself to Wine Heaven at New One-Stop Vineyard Experience a new interactive wine sampling service has opened in Queenstown.
Take a load off this summer travel season and experience all that Central Otago vineyards have to offer at Big Picture Wine Queenstown – the one-stop wine experience for connoisseurs and tourists on the go!
Located at Steamer Wharf in Queenstown, Big Picture Wine Queenstown provides wine lovers with the chance to experience renowned Central Otago wines from award-winning vineyards – without the hassle of travelling hundreds of kilometres to each vineyard!
Boasting an interactive aroma room and wine theatre experience, a regional cellar door retail store and wine bar, Big Picture Wine Queenstown is the ultimate spot for those who appreciate a rich, full Pinot Noir or a refreshing drop of a summer Riesling.
Cathy Wansink, marketing manager for the Mud House Wine Group, says it was an easy decision for the company to have its wines represented at Big Picture Wine Queenstown.
“Big Picture Wine Queenstown offers a one-stop overview of the best vineyards in the region without having to actually travel to them – so what better place for Mud House wines to be showcased than in a space that brings such great quality wines together in one place.” she says.
“It’s fantastic for people to be able to enjoy an interactive wine experience and leave with an enhanced understanding of the winemaking process, as well as a greater appreciation for their favourite drop!”
Mud House wines are represented at the venture by varietals including the 2009 Mud House Swan Pinot Noir, 2009 Mud House Swan Chardonnay and 2009 Mud House Swan Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc.
Big Picture Wine Queenstown is now open at a cost of $30 per person for entry. For more information visit www.bigpicturewine.com