Glenrowan makers' manifesto
VISITORS are invited to Glenrowan Wine Region their pilgrimage this Queen’s Birthday Weekend for the manifesto of flavours in food, wine and beer at the annual Trails, Tastings and Tales food and wine festival.
The festival will be held from June 6-8, and with all five participating wineries in the pocket sized region within easy distance on the trail, the winemakers of Glenrowan welcome visitors to taste their premium wines and winter warming food.
“Each of our wineries offers their own program of things to do with festival activities for the whole family so plan your day, select your own itinerary, visit them all, purchase some premium wines including back vintages and new weekend releases and be eligible to enter the prize draw to win one of the regional wine packs,” said Jenny Booth, marketing manager for the Glenrowan Wine Region.
“Live music will entertain and there will be plenty of amusements at the cellar doors for those just seeking a fun-filled weekend.
“Catch a class or workshop where you can learn the tips and some skills that have been learned over years of experience.
“Explore our long and rich wine making history.
“Delicious lunches will be available over the three days of the festival with a bounty of tempting offerings to.
‘We offer Monday lunches on our festival program at the five participating wineries for locals and visitors who wish to round off their weekend with a leisurely lunch and wine tasting.
To participate in the festival, visitors simply purchase a special wine glass and permit for $10 at one of the participating wineries, Baileys of Glenrowan, Booth’s Taminick Cellars, Auldstone Cellars, Silent Range Estate or Morrisons of Glenrowan, before commencing food and wine degustation for the day.