Grazing the Granite Belt venues announced!
Grazing the Granite Belt, this Autumn’s hot ticket event on 18 – 19 May 2019, has now announced the venues participating in 2019. The ten food and wine venues are an exciting mix of award winning wineries, with their cafes and restaurants, as well as the world-class dining at the Queensland College of Wine Tourism.
This showcase food and wine event literally spans the Granite Belt wine region and is timed to celebrate the 2019 vintage and end of grape harvest season on the Granite Belt. Hosted by local chefs and winemakers, event-goers spend two days lazily grazing their way across the tastes of Queensland’s premier wine region, making unlimited use of the hop-on-hop-off buses between venues. The venues serve award-winning wines and dozens of gourmet food dishes, selected especially for this limited ticket event.
Menu’s will be announced via the Granite the Granite Belt Facebook group in coming weeks.
Saturday 18 May will see visitors grazing their way across the host of participating venues, following their mapped-out plan, or just the whims of their appetite, with unlimited hop-on hop-off buses at their disposal. Eventgoers need only purchase an event ticket to receive ample food and wine vouchers to be redeemed across the wineries and foodie stops, for a full day of wine, cider and wonderful meals prepared with local ingredients by Granite Belt food artisans.
On Sunday visitors are invited to gather and share ‘Breakfast with the Winemakers,’ as a large gathering of local winemakers literally cook-up more hospitality and share their wine tales, all by Stanthorpe’s picturesque Quart Pot Creekside. Sunday being the final day of the event, attendees are welcomed to again venture out to the participating food and wine venues, this time on their own, to use vouchers they may have remaining.
An event ticket purchase entitles the holder to redeem 4 x Food Vouchers, 4 x Wine Vouchers, 1 x Breakfast with the Winemakers Ticket and unlimited use of the hop-on hop-off bus on Saturday.
Special menus are released for this boutique event, with details posted on the Grazing the Granite Belt Facebook page, allowing visitors to create their own itinerary before they arrive. Ticket holders are encouraged to join the Grazing the Granite Belt Facebook Group and keep up to date.