Sun­set to last for longer


Stirling Times - - News -

OCEAN views and ex­tended open­ing times, along with WA wine, craft beers, ciders, spir­its and gourmet food, are ex­pected to make the 2018 Sun­set Wine at Scar­bor­ough a hit.

Though Sun­set Wine has been op­er­at­ing each year since 2014, last year was the first time it was held at Brighton Re­serve.

Event di­rec­tor Richard Camp­bell said this year’s event would be tweaked to give visi­tors an even bet­ter ex­pe­ri­ence.

“We’ve opened it up to al­low even bet­ter views of the sun set­ting and we’ve added an ex­tra half hour at Ocean views and drinks are on the list of temp­ta­tions at Sun­set Wine. the start of the af­ter­noon and half an hour at the other end of the day to re­ally ex­tend the sun­set ex­pe­ri­ence,” he said.

Mr Camp­bell said the Fe­bru­ary 17-18 event pro­vided an op­por­tu­nity to sam­ple wines from some of WA’s less well known winer­ies, as well as some old favourites.

Visi­tors can also buy a glass of wine to en­joy at the show or bot­tles to take home.

A wine locker on site will al­low bot­tles of wine to be stored un­til it is time to go home.

A range of food will be avail­able, in­clud­ing tapas, piz­zas, slid­ers and other fes­ti­val food.

Justin Martins, a pop acous­tic act, will per­form from 2pm to 4.45pm on both days.

From 5pm to 8pm on both days, acous­tic cover band Felony Trio will per­form.

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