The Napier RSA Wine Club

Hawke's Bay
First Monday of each month, 6pm

The Napier RSA Wine Club isn’t about being a wine snob!

Members partake for the laughs and opportunity to learn more about the variety of wines locally and abroad. the club partners with Liquor King Napier who organise the tastings and provide all Napier RSA members discount in store. Wine Club is held on the first Monday of the month – unless it is a public holiday. The night starts at 6pm and cost $5 per person, plus a raffle. Each meeting provides around 6 tastings with a variety of reds and whites to try. Liquor King offers buying specials and the bigger orders have the option of home delivery. As part of wine club meetings you are sure to enjoy the commentary, discussions and question answer sessions. Anyone over 18 is welcome.



For more info visit:

The Napier RSA Wine Club


34 Vautier Street


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