Red or White? Hunter Valley's delight.

Red or White? Hunter Valley's delight.
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The Hunter Valley Wine Festival will take place on October 11 at the Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley.

The festival is a Schwartz Family Co. initiative aiming to support and celebrate local businesses, providing an opportunity for the community to come together and enjoy a day of delicious food and wine.

Attendees will taste local delights and discover what the region has to offer with up to 40 showcasing an array of food, wine, beer and cider.

Some exhibitors will include Drayton’s Family Wines, Adina Vineyards and Hunter Valley Cheese Company.

Lucky door prizes will be awarded and all guests will be entertained with live music and guest speakers.

Charity raffles and face painting will abe held throughout the day, with all proceeds supporting the Hunter Valley Rural Fire Service.

Crowne Plaza Hunter Valley general manager, Robert Coates said, “The Hunter Valley Wine festival not only provides a platform for exhibitors to promote their wares, but it’s a fun-filled day that local residents and visitors to the area really appreciate… we are delighted that the Hunter Valley Wine Festival has become a permanent fixture in the Hunter Valley calendar.”

Tickets are $20 including booking fee and can be purchased here.

For more information go to their website.

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