Sunday, 15 December 2019

One of Australia's great gourmet festivals is back

One of Australia's most popular gourmet festivals - Tastes of Rutherglen - will return on March 6-8 (the 2010 Labor Day weekend), showcasing the best of the Rutherglen region’s award-winning wine and produce.


The Tastes of Rutherglen 2020 program is being promoted as the biggest and best on record with the Winemakers of Rutherglen revamping the annual food and wine festival to focus on event goers experiencing a taste of the Rutherglen region as a whole.

The rustic red carpet (nice work PR person) will be rolled out as 19 Rutherglen wineries welcome visitors to their tasting tables to sip and savour their way around the region. 


The line-up includes cellar door activities, special events, masterclasses and menus for the whole family to enjoy.


Highlights include: 

March 6: 
Bubbles, Burgers and Beers, Cofield Wines, 6-11pm
Picnic by The Lake, Lake Moodemere Estate, 6-10pm

March 7-8
Harvest yoga at Scion, 8:30am
Winemaker for an hour, Valhalla Wines, 11am and 3pm 
Unwind in the Vines, Buller Wines, 6-11pm 

Tastes of Rutherglen 2020 tickets are $20 per person, which includes access to all 19 wineries in the region. Designated drivers will receive complimentary festival entry as well as two free tea/coffee/soft drink vouchers, courtesy of the team at TAC Towards Zero.

The TAC Winery Shuttle Bus will cost $27 per day. 

The Winemakers of Rutherglen include: All Saints Estate, Lake Moodemere Estate, Anderson Winery, Morris Wines, Andrew Buller Wines, Mount Prior Vineyard, Buller Wines, Pfeiffer Wines, · Campbells Wines, Scion, Chambers Rosewood Winery, Stanton & Killeen Wines, Cofield Wines, St Leonards Vineyard, De Bortoli Rutherglen Estate, Valhalla Wines, John Gehrig Wines, Warrabilla Wines and  Jones Winery & Vineyard

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