Jam packed weekend planned at Spring Wine and Food Festival
The public are invited to join the fun at the 32nd annual Brown Brothers Spring Wine and Food Festival on November 16-18.
“This year brings back some of the favourites from the last few years, and some new and exciting additions too,” said Caroline Brown, PR manager.
“There will be six bands over the weekend and we’re so excited that local rocker Dallas Frasca will headline the music acts for the weekend with an exclusive performance on Saturday night.” she said.
There will be day glamping with Prosecco Pods where guests can book a tent with friends for an exclusive experience in a private chill out space.
An overnight glamping experience where guests can stay over at the winery in the Glamping Co village will also pop up for the weekend.
Special guest and celebrity chef Adam Liaw will host an intimate food and wine matching masterclass where guests will learn how to cook some of his incredible dishes, all matched to Brown Brothers 1889 wines.
Join the expert team of Winemakers for a hosted masterclass on some of their favourite cellar door release wines including something special out of the Family Cellar.
There will be live music in the grounds throughout the weekend and local rocker Dallas Frasca will hit the stage on Saturday evening.
There will also be other local and Australian acts including Rueben Stone, The Kite Machine, Mc Robin, The Quinn Brothers and William Bloom.
A range of wine experiences and local food stalls will be at the winery, including a seafood and sparkling bar, Asian kitchen and crowd favourite Produce Corner, where you can create your own picnic.
Pick up some regional produce at the Farmers Market and keep the kids entertained with activities from Bluearth.
The Brown Brothers Spring Wine and Food Festival is in association with Wines of the King Valley “La Dolce Vita” Festival and will be held from 10am-9pm on Saturday and 10am-5pm on the Sunday.
For more information go to brownbrothers.com.au/event.
ENJOY: There is plenty for visitors to see and during Brown Brothers’ 32nd annual Spring Wine and Food Festival.