Pyrenees Unearthed Wine + Food Festival
Saturday 21st of April 2018
11am – 5pm, Avoca Riverflats, Dundas Street, Avoca
$21pp (plus booking fee) or $25pp at the door
Children Gold Coin Donation
Masterclasses — $15pp
Click here for details
The first 300 tickets include a souvenir glass
Taking place on Saturday 21 April 2018 along the banks of the Avoca River, the event will be held between 11 am and 5 pm.
A fun filled day for all, couples, singles and families are very welcome to come along to enjoy an afternoon of fabulous local produce, live music and wines by the glass, as well as free kids activities and masterclasses for purchase (children entry by gold coin donation). BYO picnic rugs!
Don't miss your chance to pick up rare release wines at the wine auction.
The Pyrenees has a growing reputation as one of the great regions for Cabernet Sauvignon in the world, and you will have the chance to taste and purchase, and vote for your favourite on the day in the Peoples' Choice Award.
Local artisan food producers will also be showcased.
** No animals permitted. Guide and hearing animals excepted.**
A shuttle bus will be available to transport people from Ballarat to Avoca, click here for details.
The Line Up
Butterfunked, a nine piece soul & funk band formed in 2017, featuring two female lead vocalists soulful brass and woodwind, funky electric guitars and keys, not to mention tight drums of course. This diverse band will have you dancing along to their unique blend of funky soul music.
Anna Wright is a 18 year old Australian singer-songwriter, her style branches off into varied genres including alt-country, indie folk and blues.
With a collection of melodious stories and re-imagined classics, Peggy Hills brings forth a sound full of folk undertones and heart felt inclinations.
Cider, Beer & Gin
Foodies & Producers
Cafe Sidra — Cheese & Cider & Coffee
The Forge — Wood Fired Pizza
Gypsy's Lunchbox — Burgers, Sliders & Loaded Fries
Not Just Spuds — Roast Spuds & Rolls
Pyrenees Premium Cuts — Smallgoods