Fancy a weekend getaway in north-eastern Victoria’s famous wine region, experiencing delicious wine and food and amazing art? Well now is your chance.
Rutherglen Estates Wines is holding it The Art of Harvest Dinner on Friday 11 May.
As part of the High Country Harvest Food & Wine Festival, The Art of Harvest Dinner is a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes to see and taste the latest vintage wines with winemaker Marc Scalzo at the winery. From here, guests are taken back to the cellar door for a four-course dinner set to delight the tastebuds, showcasing local harvest-themed specialities inside Rutherglen Estates’ impressive Aboriginal Exhibitions Gallery. Opened last year, the gallery features original Aboriginal works that can be viewed and purchased.
A pioneer of the region, Rutherglen Estates was one of the first wineries to recognise that the Rutherglen region could not only produce world-class fortified wines but impressive dry table wines too. Today, it is well known for its traditional, Mediterranean and alternative varietals as well as classic fortified wines such as durif and muscat.
The Art of Harvest Dinner
Cost: $126.60 per person
When: Friday 11 May, 2018
Where: Rutherglen Estates Wines,
13-35 Drummond Street,
Rutherglen, VIC 3685