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14th Annual Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival – June Long Weekend

By Elke Blake
The 14th Annual Shoalhaven Coast Winter Wine Festival is coming up!

Wineries across the Shoalhaven Coast

Wine Region open their cellar doors on the 10th June for a three day extravaganza of wine tasting, fine food and entertainment. Festival goers pay $15 entry at the first winery they visit, which includes a Festival Glass and enables them to enjoy tastings at participating wineries from Gerringong in the north to Bawley Point in the South.

Over three days visitors will be treated

To a program featuring wine and fabulous food. Various events are held throughout cellar doors across the region including live music, long lunches, winemakers dinner, market stalls, art exhibitions, wine education talks, vineyard tours, BBQs and so much more.

Participating wineries:

  • Crooked River Wines, 11 Willowvale Rd, Willow Vale
  • Mountain Ridge Wines – 11 Coolangatta Rd, Coolangatta
  • Roselea Vineyard – 310 Princes Hwy Gerringong
  • Two Figs Winery, Cnr Bolong Road & Back Forest Rd, Shoalhaven Heads
  • Coolangatta Estate, 1335 Bolong Road, Shoalhaven Heads
  • Cambewarra Estate, 520 Illaroo Rd, Bangalee
  • Silos Estate & Wileys Ck, B640 Princes Hwy, Berry

Local cheese producers, Unicorn will be offering cheese tastings at various wineries throughout the weekend

Put the date in your diary now, grab some friends and experience what our beautiful coast and our local wineries have to offer.

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