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Countdown on to Grampians Seriously Shiraz wine festival

Conrad Soderlund and Kelly Teo at Grampians Grape Escape in Halls Gap.

Conrad Soderlund and Kelly Teo at Halls Gap.

Grampians Wine Region will celebrate award-winning shiraz at some of the best wineries in Australia at an annual Seriously Shiraz festival from November 3 to 7.
The event invites guests to taste their way through the Grampians at more than 20 events across five days.
Grampians Tourism chief executive Marc Sleeman said the event was more than just a wine festival.
“It’s a great way to explore the stunning Grampians, discover hidden gems and have a fun-filled long weekend,” he said. 
“This is an exciting selection of wineries and winemakers from the Grampians region who are serious about producing quality wines of every style.
“There is something for everyone to enjoy during the Melbourne Cup weekend with master classes, unique tasting experiences, special dining events and live music.”
The event will celebrate five-star James Halliday-rated wines with names such as Best’s Great Western, Montara Wines, Grampians Estate, Mount Langi Ghiran, Seppelt Great Western and Halls Gap Estate all involved, along with favourites Mountainside Wines, Barangaroo Boutique Wines, Sub Rosa, The Story Wines, One Tonne Wine Co and Steel Cutters Cottage. 
Mr Sleeman said wine lovers would relish in tastings with wineries showcasing everything from award-winning labels to latest vintages.
Patrons will also have an opportunity in exclusive master classes to ask the producers about their winemaking experience.
They can learn what makes the Grampians one of the most historical and acclaimed wine regions in Australia.
Promoters are confident that in hosting some of the best regional provedores and producers, as well as wines to suit everyone’s taste, the festival will be the ultimate city escape.
Festival goers can indulge in live music from Melbourne Symphony Orchestra musicians, a grand degustation, a garden party with croquet and rosé, flights over the vines and open-air music in the vineyards across various locations in the Grampians.
Tickets to each event in the festival are sold separately, with free entry on offer for select events.
People seeking further information and to buy tickets can visit website www.seriously

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