These events are the perfect way to enjoy our wines and warm hospitality.
2 Day Beginners Sketching Workshop
NOVEMBER 30TH – 1ST DECEMBER 2019 – $550 FOR 2 DAYS – LIMITED 10 TICKETS ONLY!
Join us for this unique event at Matawhero Cellar Door with a two-day beginners sketching course with Tony McNeight of Erin Hill Sketching, Auckland.
This “taster” course will take beginners through a fun programme of learning to sketch with pens, colour pencils and watercolour paint. All participants will be provided with materials to use on the weekend plus a sketchbook to take their sketches home in. You’ll learn to see the world in new ways and translate your everyday observations into sketches that come to reflect your own unique style.
The cost of the two-day workshop is $550 per person and includes the two-day workshop, morning tea and lunch on both days, wine with shared antipasto platters in our gorgeous vineyard surrounding on Saturday at 4pm. The perfect way to unwind after the first day.
Any questions regarding the course call Tony McNeight 021 925 031 or go online to www.erinhillsketching.co.nz
First Light Wine & Food
SUNDAY OCTOBER 27TH 2019 – LABOUR WEEKEND – NOON TO 7PM
The First Light Wine & Food Festival is Gisborne’s pre-eminent wine event. Held on Sunday of Labour Weekend (27 October 2019) the event brings wineries TW Wines, Matawhero Wines and Bridge Estate together for an amazing day of live music, great wines and superb food choices.
Please visit for more information https://www.firstlightwineandfood.co.nz
Tickets are $45 plus booking fee and available from Eventfinder – https://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2019/first-light-wine-food-gisborne/hawkes-bay-gisborne
or Gisborne I-site and Matawhero Cellar Door
Matawhero Rosé Garden Party
SATURDAY 26 OCTOBER 2019 – LABOUR WEEKEND – $35 PER TICKET – 2pm to 5pm
After a sell-out Rosé garden party at Labour Weekend last year, we are holding another picnic afternoon on the lawn. Tickets include a picnic box, glass of gorgeous rosé and live music throughout the afternoon with Paul Jackson and Ben Wilkinson.