New Zealand Cheese Festival
Foodie lovers delight, New Zealand cheeses showcased in one location. Savour boutique family produced artisan cheeses accompanied by live entertainment, food trucks and deli treats to accompany the cheese. Your weekend in Marlborough is organised.
The now annual event happens in October. Mark in your calendar now.
Savour the entire palate of cheeses from New Zealand farms to your plate. Goat cheese, sheep cheese, cow cheese and buffalo cheese, a variety of soft, mild to sharp tasty cheese ready for you to sample. There is a cheese for everyone just a sliver away. You are purchasing cheeses from the makers, passionate family based cheese makers who are very willing to answer any questions.
Visitors are encouraged to build a picnic hamper with the accompanying artisan food produce from pates, crusty breads, crackers and fruit. Sink into the comfort of a classic picnic in a beautiful setting among the vines and next to the instagram worthy chapel, pretty as a picture Saint Solange. And do not forget a glass of premium Sauvignon Blanc from Clos Henri Winery.
Hot food options will be available from the food trucks. Beverages include coffee, cold pressed juice and of course the amazing Clos Henri wines and cider for those wanting to pair cheese with something classy.
What to do nearby Clos Henri Vineyard New Zealand cheese festival?
Marlborough brilliant every day is arguably New Zealand’s sunshine capital.
Stretch your legs and enjoy the views of the Marlborough Sounds on the Queen Charlotte track.
- Join a cruise and the spectacle of dolphins and wildlife in the Marlborough Sounds
- Discover an amazing collection of heritage aircraft at Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre
- Walk among the flowers, Marlborough’s gardens and parks
Scroll through Top 10 things to do in Marlborough and get going.
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