The Bendigo Winegrowers Association had to postpone its April Strategem Bendigo Winemakers Festival due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
The festival has been moved to Saturday 5th December, dependent on the COVID-19 restrictions around group gatherings and social distancing.
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The Strategem Bendigo Winemakers Festival includes fantastic Bendigo wines, regional food stalls, live music and a great crowd. It will be a time to celebrate with wine and food in Rosalind Park, in the centre of Bendigo.
Local winemakers will have more than 80 Bendigo wines for you to enjoy in the city’s biggest alfresco wine garden.
Rosalind Park is transformed into an open air wine garden with local wine, food stalls, lawn games, competitions and live music from The Deans and The Funk Junkies.
The festive atmosphere, fabulous wine and food make for a fantastic day out.
Grab your partner, or get a group together, and enjoy the afternoon at this Bendigo wine and food event. Gates open at 11am and the festival concludes at 4pm. Entry is via Sidney Myer Place.
You can bring a picnic rug or take a group in one of the VIP marquees.
For event enquiries email email@example.com, call 1300 656 650 or visit www.bendigowine.org.au
Price to be confirmed. Ticket includes entry + complimentary wine tastings + souvenir wine glass + live music
Price to be confirmed. Ticket includes entry + live music.
•Private enclosed marquee with seating for 12 guests
•Free 1/2 hr wine masterclass with a Bendigo region winemaker
•Entry to the festival for 12 guests
•Souvenir wine glass for each guest
•Complimentary wine tastings at winery stands
Price to be confirmed
WINE AND FOOD MASTERCLASS
Add a wine masterclass to your festival day. Join Bendigo's winegrowers and local hospitality gurus Kathie Bolitho and Finn Vedelsby, for a fun and informative wine masterclass on local wines, with each wine paired with a small bite to eat.
GETTING TO THE FESTIVAL
Rosalind Park is easily accessible by car, taxi or Bendigo Tram. The Park is a short walk from Bendigo Train Station. Enter the festival from Sidney Myer Place.
|Rosalind Park, Bendigo Victoria 3550, Australia|
No refunds available for pre-purchased tickets. No BYO alcohol is permitted. No animals are permitted. ID’s may be checked at the gate.