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An annual Great Southern highlight, the Albany Wine & Food Festival will be serving up a variety of over 100 wines from across the Great Southern region. Held on April 4 2020, this will be your chance to sip, taste and savour them all in one place at Eyre Park.

Pick a glass of your favourite on the day to match with the excellent food served by the local foodies or grab a bottle and bring the flavour back home with you.

If you need a little expert guidance with deciphering the unique flavours of each wine, then join one of the three Wine Appreciation Classes with Mike Bennie at the Wine Theatre. The classes will cover the following categories – the regional whites, the interesting reds and the alternatives.

To gain access to the complimentary wine tasting, cooking demos, live music and face painting, you can pre-purchase your ticket online for $17.50 or get one at the gate for $20.

But if you want to indulge a little more, then get your hands on the The Lake House Denmark VIP Lounge ticket for $95. This baby will get you in to the undercover and garden courtyard, earn you a premium Plumm wine glass, complimentary wine and beer from the bar and more!

The Details

The Lake House Denmark VIP Lounge

Want to indulge, then get yourself a ticket to The Lake House Denmark VIP Lounge, an exclusive lounge retreat that includes a premium Plumm glass, complimentary wine & beer from the private bar and catering in the afternoon in an undercover and garden courtyard with even more tables and seating for comfort. Tickets are $95, pre-purchase only and includes festival entry.

Wine Theatre

Taste and learn from wine expert, Mike Bennie at one of the three wine appreciation classes each day. Each class includes tasting and fun facts on four Great Southern wines that will feature at the event. Tickets are $10, pre-purchase only and do not include festival entry.

Cooking Stage

At the Cooking Stage discover cooking tips and inspiration from Masterchef’s fan favourite Derek Lau and local talent as they cook up their favourites in front of the crowd, with some tasters at the end. It is free to attend.

Live Music

Listen to live music from the stage showcasing local indi artists as they set the scene on a great day full of exploring wines, cooking demos, talking to local producers and eating some delicious food.

Face Painting

Free face painting with be available for kids so they can feel as powerful as Spiderman or as pretty as a butterfly.

Food to Enjoy

Get yourself some delicious tapas from local foodies and relax on the furniture or rugs with a wine to match.

Tickets

General Ticket
Pre-purchase – $17.50
At the Gate – $20
General Ticket includes entry, souvenir tasting glass, complimentary wine tasting, complimentary cooking demos, live music and face painting.
Food is available for purchase and we encourage you to buy by the glass or bottles for take home and support the wine makers, brewers and distillers.

The Lake House Denmark VIP Lounge Ticket
Pre-purchase only – $95
The Lake House Denmark VIP Lounge Ticket includes entry, access to the VIP Lounge with under cover and garden courtyard, premium Plumm wine glass, complimentary wine & beer from the bar, catering during the afternoon, plus the normal event complimentary wine tasting, complimentary cooking demos and live music.

Wine Appreciation Class Ticket
Pre-purchase only – $10
Wine Appreciation Ticket includes tasting and talks on 4 Great Southern wines with wine expert, Mike Bennie.
Does not include entry to the event.
12.30pm – Regional Whites
2.00pm – Interesting Reds
3.30pm – Alternatives

Children 
Under 18 are free with a guardian

Tickets HERE

 

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