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Saturday 3 February 2024

A fun-sounding Freo food and wine experience

A weekend in Fremantle? Sounds like fun.

A weekend in Fremantle with a wine tasting thrown in? Even better.

On Sunday, February 11, West Cape Howe and some of its wine partners will hold a Cellar Door In the City wine tasting along with "dim sum finger food" crafted by Emily Taylor for $70 per head at Sailing for Oranges in the heart of the West Australian port city,

The fun and frolics will run from 11am into the afternoon, and guests will have the chance to sample over 80 wines from West Cape Howe, Hay Shed Hill, Mount Trio, Kerrigan+Berry, Pitchfork and Risky Business.

To match with the wines think dumplings: lobster and truffle, scallop, oxtail and tofu, along with rendang-stuffed crispy bao, lemongrass and pepper squid and more.

Wine lovers can meet the winemakers and taste their way through both the Great Southern and Margaret River regions. All wines will also be available to purchase at exclusive one-day-only prices.

Details here:

And if you fancy making a weekend of it, the Warders Hotel is a small boutique hotel in the old limestone cottages that were once the Fremantle Warders’ homes.

The cottages offer a little sanctuary in the vibrant heart of Fremantle and tasting guests get a 15% discount on their stay. See

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