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A GREAT ESCAPE

On November 7, I was incredibly privileged to host dish’s first ever weekend escape, at Cape Kidnappers in Hawke’s Bay.

Having been invited through the electric gates at the bottom of the exquisite Cape Kidnappers property, it was clear from arrival that our guests would be in for a magical time. Driving through the welcome gift pack and confirmation of the agenda of activities, which began with a very special afternoon wine tasting. Those in attendance were lucky to be in the expert hands of celebrated Church Road chief winemaker Chris Scott and uber-knowledgeable (and extremely good fun) drinks editor Yvonne Lorkin.

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