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    2019 - 07.22

    WINE TIME: Foodies Paul Cracroft-Wilson, Melissa Howard, Sophie Weekes, Bec Ashley and Ash Chapple try the wines at Bawley Vale Estate during last year’s Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival.Following their semi-retirement, the owners of Fern Gully Winery at Termeil will take a well earned rest from this year’s Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival.
    Nanjing Night Net

    Fern Gully’s Max and Glenda Staniford have been involved with the festival since its inception 12 years ago and have been advocates for the growth of the Shoalhaven Coast wine growing region which stretches from Kiama in the north to Durras in the south and west to Kangaroo Valley.

    While the Stanifords will not be hosting their usual June long weekend activities, two local wineries will open their cellar doors for the festival.

    Bawley Vale Estate and Cupitt’s wineries are cooking up a storm in the lead up to the event which look set to attract thousands of local and visiting foodies to the region from June 6 – 8.

    Now one of the most diverse and well organised festivals on the wine calendar and supported by Destination NSW, the festival offers a range of events from wine tasting and cellar door tours, to live music and degustation dinners.

    Cupitt’s Winery will kick off the festivities with a mouth-watering four-course winemaker’s lunch, matched with Cupitt’s wines, and continue the weekend with their popular long table lunch on the Sunday.

    Or guests can enjoy mulled wine and the warmth of open fires while munching on a wood-fired pizza.

    Down the coast Bawley Vale Estate will host cellar door tastings, rock `n’ roll in the vines and a five-course wine appreciation extravaganza at Millards Cottage Restaurant.

    Nine wineries will take part in the festival, with more information available from the website: 梧桐夜网shoalhavencoastwine南京夜网419论坛

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