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Hunter Valley Food and Wine Festival

Imagine Christmas and your birthday and every long weekend was smooshed together and had champagne poured all over it - that's the Hunter Valley Food and Wine Festival summed up. Coming at you this May and June!

Hunter Valley Food and Wine

Forget Chrissie, the Hunter Valley Wine and Food Festival is making our dreams come true from 1 May - 30 June 2019! Fireside wine tastings. Gourmet dinners. Winemaking masterclasses. Foodie experiences coming out your ears. More red, white and rosé then you can poke a stick at (not that you’d want to, them’s for drinkin’!). Ladies and gentleman, we’ve found your mecca.

Spanning May and June this year, the Wine Selectors’ run Festival is chockka-block full with brand-hosted evenings and more than 70 super special events, meaning pretty much every night is the night for noshing and sipping. As if that’s not the case in general… Plus, Chefs Plate lunches offers foodies the chance to enjoy a set price lunch with a glass of wine at some of the region’s top restaurants.

Hunter Valley YHA

From one wine-fanatic to another, the blissfully uncrowded garden of Hunter Valley YHA is the very best place to lay out a blankie and open one of the many bottles of plonk you’ll be purchasing. Overlooking their very own vineyard, you can lay back and gaze at the uninterrupted cloud show. Say it with me now: this is living.

Enough talking, more cheersing!

For more info and to book, head here. If you know your Merlot from your Malbec, you’ll book into Hunter Valley YHA. I’ll raise a glass to that!


    Hunter Valley YHA
    From $34 per night
    Hunter Valley YHA
    Escape to the Hunter Valley, the heart of NSW's wine industry. Close to Pokolbin, this YHA is the perfect place to bicycle between the vineyards.
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