Lights! Camera! Wine!

When: Thursday, June 13
Time: 4:30 pm TO 7:00 pm
Where: Delafield


REGISTRATION: Open House, please just stop on in!


On June 13, our good friends from Seresin Estate of New Zealand are taking over the Waterford Wine Bar so you can sample their delicious Marlborough Sauvignon Blancs, Pinot Noirs and Chardonnay. Seresin is famous through all of New Zealand as well as the United States for its biodynamic viticultural philosophies and its natural vinification practices. The estate is most famous, however, for the gorgeous wines they make.

Seresin is located in the sunny heart of Marlborough, at the top of New Zealand’s South Island, with vineyards from the stony Wairau Valley up to the clay slopes of the Omaka Valley. The earth of the Serasin vineyards are covered with carpets of wild flowers and grasses, and their vines thrum with the sounds of native birds and bees.

The estate’s founder, Michael Seresin, is a renowned cinematographer who made his fortune as the Director of Photography for big Hollywood movies. He began his estate because he wanted to make wine as naturally, as honestly and as deliciously as possible. A taste of any of his wines and you’ll discover that Michael is as successful at making great wine as he is at making movies.

We’d love to see you at the Waterford Wine Bar for our special evening with Seresin Estate and their gorgeous wines.


Wines to be tasted:


Seresin Sauvignon Blanc 2015  

The estate makes its signature Sauvignon Blanc using grapes from three vineyard sites—and adds to them a dollop of Semillon.


Seresin Sauvignon Blanc Reserve 2011 

Made with fruit from two of the estate’s three biodynamic Wairau Valley vineyards, both of which are planted on soils of alluvial silt, gravel and clay.


Seresin Chardonnay Reserve 2016 

Made exclusively with grapes from the clay Raupo Creek vineyards in the Omaka Valley.


Seresin Leah Pinot Noir 2014 

Made with select grapes from all of the estate’s Wairau Valley vineyards.


Seresin Rachel Pinot Noir 2012 

Made primarily with fruit from the clay vineyards of Raupo Creek in the Omaka Valley.


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