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It’s Time to “Go Grazing” in Mudgee Again!

Tickets are on sale for Go Grazing 2012, and as like every year, there are limited tickets available. Famous for showcasing Mudgee’s leading regional winemakers, producers, and culinary artists, Go Grazing never disappoints.

Like many of us who are passionate about Mudgee’s local products, the organisers have put together an array of 20 of Mudgee’s superb wines to accompany the 20 canapés made from local ingredients, by local chefs.

Sound like your cup of tea (or glass of wine)? Mark Go Grazing on your calendar for Saturday April 21st 2012, then jump onto the Mudgee Wine website to purchase your tickets and read more about the event. We promise it’s one that you don’t want to miss if you’re a connoisseur of wine and good food.

Tickets are also able to be purchased from the Mudgee Visitor Information Centre or by calling 6372 1020. Tickets are $70 per person plus a $2 booking fee if purchased online.

Have you ever been to a Go Grazing event? Let us know what you thought of it by commenting below.


Great Food & Wine of Mudgee

Mudgee is well known to food and wine lovers for our diverse range of award-winning wines and produce, which brings us to talk about the Mudgee Wine & Food Fair coming up on the 8th of August.

Now into its 20th year, the Mudgee Wine & Food Fair provides visitors and locals alike, some of the most amazing local wines and produce, and attracts crowds of people from all over. It’s a great day of entertainment, and of course a wide range of delicious taste sensations.

The Reserve at Balmoral Beach will be alive with people of all ages, appreciating the talent that Mudgee wineries and producers have to offer. There’ll also be entertainment for the kids, so why not make it a family day out. Pets unfortunately aren’t able to enter the event facility.

You can find out more about the event, including maps to The Reserve, wine tasting ticket prices, public transport options, parking information and more by visiting the Mudgee Wine website.

Parking may be difficult to find, so a free shuttle bus is on offer, and will be doing loops to pick up along Awaba Street, The Esplanade, Raglan Street, Military Road and Spit Road.