Bendigo Uncorked Week is coming back for October filled with some of the region’s finest food and wine at some of Bendigo’s most historic venues playing host.
Led by two feature events – Heritage Uncorked, and Heritage After Dark, Bendigo Uncorked Week will feature some intimate food and wine experiences, from October 12th to 22nd. Hosted by the Bendigo Winegrowers Association, you are sure to enjoy local Bendigo wine and food inside some of the city’s most famous and historical buildings.
It’s Bendigo Heritage Uncorked that had grabbed our attention.
This is the city’s walking wine and food festival with a difference.
Stroll between seven of Bendigo’s famous historic landmarks, tasting Bendigo region wines and sampling food at each venue. With more than 50 wines on display, and regionally-sourced food, you can dive into the city’s wine and food culture.
What we love about it is Bendigo Heritage Uncorked is an event with a relaxing pace, allowing you to stroll from one venue to the next when you’re ready to discover more Bendigo wines, local food and historic locations.
All venues are located within Central Bendigo and easy to walk between. At each venue, you’ll experience Bendigo’s thriving foodie scene with a tasting dish developed specially for the day. Each ticket includes complimentary wine tastings, seven speciality tasting dishes, souvenir tasting glass and carry bag.
Discover live music at three of the venues on your walk. Wines you enjoy on the day can be ordered from individual wineries, or purchased from the Pop Up Wine Shop located in MacKenzie Quarters (one of the seven venues).
The 2018 venues are:
Wine Bank on View
The Chinese Gardens
FOS Kitchen & Bar
There will be two or three wineries at each venue.
Venues open at 11am and the festival goes through until 5pm – plenty of time to enjoy spring in Bendigo, tasting local wine and food. Bendigo Heritage Uncorked is part of Bendigo Uncorked Week – an entire week of wine and food events in Bendigo’s historic landmarks.
Tickets to all the events are on sale now from www.bendigotourism.com
Written by Chloe Cicero