Following our Sommelier of the Year Asia, Khun Cha, on her New Zealand vineyard tour

The Wandering Palate Sommelier of the Year Asia, Khun Cha, has arrived in New Zealand, whisked from Wellington over the Rimutaka Ranges and on to Martinborough where she is already hitting the vineyard trail.

We will be posting pictures of Khun Cha’s vineyard adventures regularly, so follow her on her journey of discovery on Wandering Palate

Khun Cha at Wellington Airport

Khun Cha at the Rimutaka Ranges peak

Khun Cha in Martinborough


 

By Curtis Marsh | On the Wine Route | Related to: , , | 1 comment

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One comment to Following our Sommelier of the Year Asia, Khun Cha, on her New Zealand vineyard tour | Comments Feed

  • I’m always biehnd…I was coming over to read because I like to and now you’re taking time off. Good for you!!! Enjoy! You’ll be living your life instead of writing about it. Yea for you! I think I’m going to follow suit.Have a great summer and hope to read you when the leaves turn!!!

    August 15, 2012
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