SUNDAY 27 August 2017 | St Anne's Vineyards, Myrniong
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Join us on Sunday 27 August 2017 at St Anne’s Winery and take your tastebuds on a journey through the flavours of Moorabool. Food, wine, produce, cured meats, pudding, crafts, market stalls: there’s a flavour for everyone.
Join us in our new beer garden where you can grab a table and relax by the firepits, soak up the sounds of two live bands while sampling wines, craft beers and ciders from local and leading Victorian breweries, vineyards and pop-up bars.
But there’s more than just beer and cider – with over 30 exhibitors and food trucks, live demonstrations and activities for the kids, the Flavours of Moorabool is a great day out for everyone. The website is always being updated, so keep coming back to see what we’ve got in store for you.
11:30 – 1:30PM: FREE VIP Taste and Talk sessions
Join Prickly Moses Director Andrew Noseda upstairs in the VIP lounge aboard the Prickly Moses bus. 100 free spots available – taste five different types of beers and get an insight into the brewing process.
1PM: Cocktail Mixing with Gorge Camorra
Known for his ability to blend unusual flavours, Gorge will be sharing his Lagerita, New York Sour and Spiced peach mojito recipes to have you mixing like a professional!
Fever-Tree Designated Driver Program
Just because you’re driving shouldn’t mean you miss out! Register at the gate as a designated driver, wear your wristband and get free non-alcoholic Fever-Tree Cola or Ginger Beer for the day.
to sample and love
Keep an eye on the website – we’ll update the site with more acts as and when they’re confirmed.
From cheese to garlic, sourdoughs to jams, Shiraz to Chardonnay, there’s flavours on offer for every taste. We have new exhibitors signing up every day, so keep an eye on the website for the latest flavours exhibiting at the festival. Got a flavour to exhibit? Click here.
Beer & Ciders
Join us in the 2017 Beer Garden! Sample new beer and cider flavours, listen to live music and soak up the festival atmosphere.
Wine & Gin Tasting
St Anne’s Vineyards is nestled amongst the picturesque Pentland Hills, a 50 minute drive from Melbourne or just 25 minutes from Ballarat. This verdant and fertile valley sets the scene to enjoy some of our regions best wines.
Food tasting and sampling
Chat with the producers who make, bake, and whip up the delectable delights on offer at the festival.
Food trucks and sweet treats
When it’s time for lunch, there’s plenty of mouth watering options on offer.
to our event sponsors
Official Association Sponsor
Using the latest turbine technology, the Moorabool Wind Farm project is expected to produce 1,100,000 MWh of electricity annually; enough renewable energy to power 223,000 average Victorian homes every year.