8000 wine lovers enjoy Best Sunday Ever in Toast Martinborough | Local Focus

8000 wine lovers enjoy best sunday ever in toast martinborough | local focus

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“Red, red wine!” sang the crowds last weekend at Toast Martinborough.

After a three-year hiatus, Toast Martinborough was back with thousands of people from all over New Zealand enjoying the Best Sunday Ever. And just like the old days, it was a great day out.

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