Sunday, 15 October 2017

Home Hill winery to host inaugural Huon Blues Festival

Home Hill is not only one of the leading wine producers in Tasmania; it is also home to an outstanding cellar door/restaurant complex with superb vineyard views. 


And just a couple of weeks after the three-day Cygnet Folk Festival a few kilometres down the road, Home Hill's Ranelagh complex will now host the Huon Blues Festival. 

Multiple-award-winner Diesel and bluesman Ash Grunwald will headline the inaugural event. 

Diesel, best-known for 1990s hits Come to Me, Tip of My Tongue and One More Time, will appear with a full band. 

Diesel and Grunwald will be joined by several local support acts including the Ross Sermons Band and blues guitarist GB Balding and there will be several food vendors on site to feed the hungry hordes. 

Tastings will also be available of Home Hill's range of outstanding pinot noirs and other table wines. The family-owned winery won the Jimmy Watson Trophy for its reserve pinot a couple of years ago.  

The Huon Blues Festival will run from noon on January 28 and buses to and from Hobart will be available. General admission tickets are $55.59. Bookings and more information:  www.moshtix.com.au.

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