GATHER YOUR FRIENDS! The Geelong Heritage Wine Walk is a wonderful opportunity to explore Geelong’s unique heritage buildings. The impressive venues are conveniently located around the Geelong Central Business District. Enjoy at your own relaxing pace meandering from one venue to the next. A sample of wine here, a canape there, and maybe a glass of wine in the atmospheric surrounds of one of Geelong’s unique buildings. If you like wine, beautiful architecture, or fabulous food then this event is for you!!
The Geelong Gallery has opened its doors and it will be exhibiting the River exhibition by Jesse Trails.
There are four distinguished restaurants Denny’s, Baveras, Customs House, and the Waterfront Kitchen all serving small tastes prepared by local chefs that will match the premium wines available for sampling. The Geelong Club resides in an 1889 beautiful building. Access is limited to this club and it is a rare chance to look around this impressive Geelong landmark. The Gordon Art Gallery and Costa Hall courtyard will complete the Heritage trail showcasing the buildings our education facilities have nurtured and brought with them into the 21st century.
At each stop there will be two wineries showcasing 3 of their favourite wines. Oakdene, Mcglashans, Brown Magpie, Shaw and Smith, Arquilla, Pikes, and Scotchman’s Hill to name a few of the prestigious winemakers to join us on the day.
The APCO foundation is completely run by volunteers from the APCO wider community and all money made on the day will go to the APCO Foundation. The APCO Foundation grew from the growing needs of the communities around our Stores. APCO have 24 stores operating all over Victoria and the franchisees wanted to be able to give back in a way that could really make a difference. They have donated $70,000 to local and regional charities, have supported Cops n kids and Cottage by the Sea and helped many local families and causes. You can read more about APCO on the website.
Tickets can be purchased here.
When & Where: Various locations, Geelong – February 13