Pyrenees Unearthed Wine and Food Festival

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A day of sensational wine, delicious food, local produce and live entertainment, the Pyrenees Unearthed Wine and Food Festival promises a brilliant day out for all ages. Held along the banks of the Avoca River, patrons can sample a broad range of wines from over 25 Pyrenees and Grampians wineries with local beer, cider and gin also available.

For non-drinkers, the selection of local food and produce on offer will enable guests to sample a diverse range of Western Victoria’s flavours and live music will entertain guests throughout the day.

While the tastings on offer will showcase many sought after trophy-winning wines, the Wine Auction held throughout the afternoon provides the opportunity to secure some rare and valuable vintages.

The Pyrenees Unearthed Festival is also a family-friendly event, with free children’s activities and return buses to the event are available from Maryborough and Ballarat.

Get together with friends and family, dust off your picnic rug, pack a sun hat and join in for an unmissable afternoon in the Pyrenees.

Content: Plate & Glass Pty Ltd

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  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details.

13 Apr

11:00am - 5:00pm

Avoca Riverflats

Dundas Street, Avoca VIC 3467

$50.00 - $75.00

Early release tickets – $50 + booking fee
Early release tickets – $60 + booking fee
Final release tickets – $75 + booking fee
Children Under 16 – Free

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