|The Sydney Morning Herald Cellar Door. 26 - 28 February, 2016.|
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In the heart of the city, yet surrounded by the best regional New South Wales wine and food producers only means one thing, you’re at The Sydney Morning Herald Cellar Door. Boasting an array of food stalls and an extensive list of over 70 wineries from 11 regions, sip and savour the simple pleasures this state has to offer and see below, for what not to miss!
Castello Cheese Bar
Bring in your purchased glass of wine, and the cheese bar staff will find you the perfect cheese match for free! Saturday and Sunday from 11am
It is all about fun, squishy between your toes in the Mudgee Region. Bring along your friends and loved ones to a feet tingling experience of stomping grapes in purpose-built oak barrels, the real deal of wine making. Saturday and Sunday from 11.30am – 12.30pm and 3.30pm – 4.30pm
Matt Boylan-Smith will be playing live acoustic tunes all weekend in the Mudgee Region, grab a seat and soak up the atmosphere.
Sculptures in the Garden
Showcasing works from Alex Scheibner and David Doyle in the Mudgee Region .
Sydney Cellar Door
FREE ENTRY | Hyde Park South
Friday 26 - Sunday 28 February
Friday: 5pm – 9pm*
Saturday: 11am – 6pm*
Sunday: 11am – 5pm*
*Please note Token sales close one hour prior to event close. Last pours of wine tastings strictly finish 30 minutes prior to close. Bottle sales are available fpr take away until event close.
Sydney Cellar Door