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Thursday 15 September 2022

Back to the beach for Hunter wine producers

There is no doubt that Balmoral Beach is one of Sydney's most spectacular landmarks; a delightful spot for an hour or two of R&R.

After a two-year break, Hunter valley Uncorked Balmoral is set to return to the shores of the inner harbour beach on Sunday, October 16.

Guests will be invited to enjoy some of the best semillon in the world, to kick back by the rotunda relaxing to live music by Soul Shack Music, and enjoying some food and congenial company.

Wineries including Allandale, Bimbadgen, Brokenwood, Comyns & Co., Mercer Wines, Thomas Wines and more will be joined by Twine Restaurant, Hunter Valley Cheese Factory, Amsterdam Pancakes, Bar Coco, Hunter Valley Gardens and Mercure Hunter Valley.

“We are delighted to be bringing all things Hunter Valley back to Balmoral next month after a two-year break,” said Hunter Valley Wine & Tourism Association acting CEO Jennie Curran.

“Our producers are excited to be welcomed back to showcase their wines and produce to the Sydney and local communities for a great day out.”

Festival goers can purchase either a Festival Pack or a Premium Pack.

The Festival Pack is available for pre-purchase is $30 and includes entry, one tumbler and four tasting vouchers.

The Premium Pack includes entry, one Spiegelau wine glass, four tasting vouchers and a meal voucher.

Pre-sale tickets are on sale now or tickets can be purchased on the day at the gate.

There will be free event shuttle buses running every 15 minutes from Mosman and Spit Junction to Balmoral Beach.

Visit Wine Country for more information. Tickets can be purchased here.

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