For the first time the grounds of Feathertop Winery estate will be transformed into a cosmopolitan market and foodie lovers heaven with a new event, SpringFest.
With the return of sunny days and the vibrancy of spring’s new season produce, Feathertop Winery is inviting locals and visitors to come together and feast on the freshest seasonal artisan produce at the inaugural SpringFest on October 6, 2018.
The family friendly event will include a range of local producers from the Alpine and surrounding Valleys on their picturesque estate as well as plenty of fun filled activities for all ages to enjoy.
Stall holders confirmed so far include Mt Buffalo Olives, Blizzard Brewing Company, Peak Pantry, Reed & Co Distillery, Sixpence Coffee and Gamze Smokehouse with more to be announced. Program events include:
- Photography exhibition by award winning landscape photographer Mieke Boynton (October 6-31).
- Spring release of Feathertop Winery’s new vintages
- Kids cooking and cake decorating classes
- Kids face painting
- Food Stalls
- Coffee and house made sweets
- Live music by Adam Lindsay
- Meet and greet with the Feathertop winemaker
- Wine samples/ tastings
- Cooking demonstrations
- Vineyard tours
In addition to the SpringFest program of events, Feathertop’s cellar door, Providore and Alfresco Restaurant will be open as usual so visitors are welcome to stay for lunch and soak up the carnival atmosphere.
Organiser of the event, Courtney Rossiter, said “the response from local businesses has been so positive. We are excited to be launching a new event that showcases the range of food and wine experiences that we do here at Feathertop.”
“It’s going to be a great opportunity for the community to shop locally and enjoy the excellent produce that we have available right here in Bright and surrounds. We’re also excited about the exhibition space we have for local creatives where they can showcase their talents; and with loads of entertainment for the whole family, we look forward to welcoming everyone for a fantastic spring day out!”
Admission is by a gold coin donation to Feathertop’s Spoil Me Trust Fund which goes towards our pampering days for local women on the cancer journey.
Any local businesses interested in having a stall at SpringFest are welcome to apply. Please email Courtney at [email protected] for more information and an application form.