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Stoneleigh Launches Festival Fare Dining In Queenstown Today

Stoneleigh Vineyards is delighted to be a partner of the American Express Queenstown Winter Festival 2011 and to celebrate they have launched the Stoneleigh ?Festival Fare? programme, which will be run throughout the Festival.

Bringing a fresh new take to this year?s Queenstown Winter Festival, 13 leading Queenstown restaurants are participating in Stoneleigh?s Festival Fare programme from 22nd June ? 11th July.

For an ideal dining experience during the Festival, visit any of the featured establishments to enjoy a Stoneleigh ?Festival Fare? meal and a glass of Stoneleigh wine. With an array of cuisine and establishments to select from, there?s certain to be a set meal to suit everyone.

Restaurants taking part in Stoneleigh?s ?Festival Fare? include; Avanti, Hamills, HMS Britannia Restaurant, Minami Jujisei Japanese Restaurant, Monty?s, Pig & Whistle, Searle Lane & Social, Skyline Queenstown, Thaitanium, Tham Nak Thai, @Thai, Wild Thyme Bar and Restaurant and Winnies Gourmet Pizza Bar.

?Stoneleigh is delighted to be partnering with Queenstown Winter Festival 2011. Our Stoneleigh Festival Fare programme is the perfect accompaniment to a Festival which once again looks set to showcase Queenstown,? says Marisa Johnstone, Stoneleigh brand manager.

Queenstown Winter Festival offers an unparalleled programme of events across 10 action packed days (24th June ? 3rd July). Highlights include the Stoneleigh Jazz Night, an annual Festival favourite, which will be held at the Skyline Complex on Saturday 2nd July, featuring a stellar line-up of New Zealand?s top jazz and funk musicians including Nathan Haines and Tahuna Breaks.

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