Rich reds were swirled, sniffed and sampled as one of New Zealand's most prestigious wineries was showcased on the Shore. Glengarry played host to Craggy Range in early May for a wine tasting evening at their Takapuna store. The Hawkes Bay winery's Mike Bancks entertained the Hurstmere Road crowd with tales of the origins of some of their fine wines: Sophia, Te Kahu and Aroha. Blends from various years were compared and discussed, with food pairings suggested. A complex 2010 Bordeaux-style blend, Te Kahu, meaning the cloak, rounded off the evening during which expert knowledge was also imparted by Ric Little of Vintners NZ.