The 24th HB Wine Auction was held on the weekend, and 450 peeps were treated to some amazing and unique wines. This is a benefit auction for Cranford Hospice, so a great cause. Amazing sponsorship and support by the community along with extraordinarily generous wine donations make this a very special event.
The Tony Bish Arts Collective was amazing! Twelve magnums of my first Chardonnay made in a concrete egg, a framed Richard Brimer photograph taken at Te Awanga (time lapse evening, beautiful), and Jeff Thompson sculpture. Check this out;
This Collective went for $4700, which was incredible.
So get to Hawke’s Bay next November and be involved in NZ’s oldest and best wine auction. There are some great value lots, and many totally unique wines.
Ka kite ano.