Southern Highlands Food & Wine Festival
the 2017 southern highlands food and wine festival
CORBETT GARDENS, Bendooley Street, Bowral NSW
Saturday 30th September and Sunday 1st October
A record number of local producers will be in attendance at the 2017 Southern Highlands food and wine festival right in the heart of Bowral. The Southern Highlands most innovative and award-winning cool climate wine makers, artisan food producers and creative chefs will be back again to showcase the regions’ abundance and diversity of food and wine to thousands of foodies and wine lovers from near and far.
Corbett Gardens will be bristling with local entertainers, pop up restaurants, local food producers and award winning southern highlands wineries offering free tastings. There will be two cooking classes and demonstrations by Justine Schofield on both days of the festival. You can also come and meet Justine after her cooking demonstrations during her new release book signing.
Once you enter the festival with your festival wine glass you can sample the award winning wines free alongside the great local produce from;
Sutton Forest Olives
The King & his Q
Cuttaway Creek raspberry farm
Goose on the Loose
Razorback Ridge Wines
Southern Highlands Coffee Roasters
Sunshack Cider & BEE mead
Cherry Tree Hill Wines
Southern Highlands Winery
Southern Highlands Brewing
Little Piggies Icecream
lee lee cupcakes
Anthony's Sauces & Condiments
Cuttaway Hill Wines
Anthonys sauces and spices
Smoke and Spice Co.
Justine Schofield, from Everyday Gourmet on Network Ten, and a favourite contestant of many from the first series of MasterChef, will be the festival's masterclass chef, hosting cooking demonstrations and book signings each day at this year's Festival.
Tickets for the Southern Highlands Food and Wine Festival can be purchased online for the discounted price of $12 for adults. Children under 18 are free. Tickets at the gate on the festivals days are $15 for adults.
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