When in NZ, do as the Kiwis do

Pegasus Bay.
Pegasus Bay. Tristan Rayner from Lost at E Minor

YOU know what they say: when in New Zealand, do as the Kiwis do. 

Pegasus Bay is a beautiful, family-owned winery producing some of New Zealand’s finest wines.

But people don’t visit just for the wine.

The food is a secret weapon, with the restaurant serving up great local and seasonal dishes, using fresh, seasonal ingredients with some top-shelf choices mixed in.

Our favourite dish was the black truffle frittata, which melted with flavour as we sat overlooking the wintery gardens in front of an open fire. 

For more cool travel check out Lost at E Minor.

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