Friday, 10 August 2018

New cellar door offering for Pig In The House organic wines

Pig in the House Wines has teamed up with Orange locavore The Agrestic Grocer to launch a new cellar door experience.

Jason and Rebecca O’Dea established Pig in the House Wines in Cowra 17 years ago and the brand immediately began conversion to organic practices in 2001 after the couple moved into an old house that sits among the vines and once housed a number of free-range pigs.
“We are thrilled to be working with the team at The Agrestic Grocer to offer an organic wine experience to visitors to the region," said Jason O'Dea, whose family also owns Windowrie Wines. 
"We have been making these wines for many years and have lacked a home for the brand where we can meet our customers and present our wines.
“We have been working with The Agrestic Grocer for a number of years and this is a logical next step for both of us. There is no other business in the area that aligns so well with our philosophy of producing local products that are sustainable, organic and reflect the quality of the region.

“The Agrestic Grocer is a proud locavore that presents these products within their straw bale brick building. Their restaurant and live music is the whole experience.”
The Pig in the House wines will be available for a structured tasting at The Agrestic Grocer seven days a week from 10am-3pm.
For $10 guests will be presented with a hosted tasting of the five Pig in the House wines.

Danielle and Lucas Martin, along with partners Katie and Beau Baddock, are the team behind The Agrestic Grocer. 
“We are looking forward to adding these wines to our organic tasting experience,” said Danielle. “Our beer and cheese tasting plates are particularly popular with visitors and this will add another level to this experience.”
The Agrestic Grocer/Pig In The House, 426 Mitchell Highway, Orange, NSW 2800. 

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