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Wednesday, August 28, 2013

A Spring Fling for the Tastebuds

Mudgee Region’s gastronomical event of the year, the Mudgee Wine and Food Festival, kicks off from Friday 13th – 29th September, with more than 60 delicious events scheduled over the two-week period. 

Visitors to the mid-NSW province can take part in roaming feast events such as Go Tasting and Go Grazing, or enjoy hot-air ballooning, wine and cheese tastings, food workshops, kids cooking classes and plenty of live music to sip and nibble to. 

On Saturday 28th September, the Mudgee Region will come together for a free street festival in the centre of town to mark the final weekend of the festival.

CEO of Mudgee Region Tourism Holly Manning said, “The Mudgee Wine & Food Festival has long been a highlight of the foodie calendar-year and we cannot wait to share a juicy slice of our renowned produce with visitors once again.

“Almost all of our vineyards are family-owned and run, meaning you could have the winemaker guiding you through the fruits of their labour while visiting their cellar door. We have a proud community of food and wine-makers and believe you can practically taste the love and dedication that goes into their produce”.

Just a 3.5 hour drive from Sydney or a 50 minute flight, the Mudgee Region is renowned for its rolling countryside, flourishing market and arts scene and as one of NSW’s oldest wine regions.

For more information on the Mudgee Wine and Food Festival, please visit
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