Whether you’re an avid foodie, wine-lover, or just need to let loose a little, Halls Gap’s much-loved wine and food festival, Grampians Grape Escape, is the ultimate getaway and is set to return on May 4 and 5, 2019.
Nestled in the heart of the picturesque Grampians, the festival draws thousands of people to the region each year to discover the cool climate wines, boutique producers and local creatives that make the area so special.
There is no better event that showcases regional diversity with 120 stalls offering award winning wines and produce, plus beer, cider, arts and handmade goods, not to mention fantastic food truck eats. All of this is available to uncover with the stunning Grampians as the backdrop.
This year they welcome two talented chefs to its line-up, Colin Fassnidge (Channel 7’s My Kitchen Rules ) and Sarah Glover (Bondi Bikkies). Fassnidge and Glover will be hosting demonstrations across the festival weekend, celebrating local produce with themes around sustainability and road trip cooking.
The real stars of the show however are some of Australia’s most distinguished winemakers from the Grampians, Pyrenees and Henty regions, and the festival provides opportunities to meet these winemakers, including masterclasses.
Two days of live bands will be the highlight for many and parents can enjoy a glass, or two, knowing their mini festival goers will be kept well entertained with plenty of activities for the kids.
Tickets for the Grampians Grape Escape are on sale now so gather the tribe for a weekend of mouth-watering food, wines to savour and memories to be made.
Visit grampiansgrapeescape.com.au for more information and to buy tickets.