No less than 26 wineries will converge on the lower north shore at Hunters Hill Food and Wine Festival on Sunday May 5 …
… offering their signature wines for tasting at the Hunters Hill Food and Wine Festival. You could accompany your favourite tasting wine with a spot of lunch, say Mediterranean and southern French cuisine from Le Village or something more than wafer-thin from A Slice of Italy … or choose from 10 other restaurants.
Take home gourmet produce from stalls offering everything from Goose on the Loose smallgoods to rosewater-and-pistachio-protein balls from The Raw Nut. This is a fair to savour. To keep your comestibles fresh at home, pick up a few beeswax wraps from Bee Wrappy – it’s the latest alternative to cling wrap.
Children old and young will love the action at the funfair and everyone can chill out with day-long musical entertainment.
The Festival is also the major fundraiser for Sydney Community Services’ range of supports for seniors and people with disAbilities who want to enjoy independent, safe, healthy lives in their own homes. Come, enjoy the day out, while boosting a great cause.
And, if you’d like a chance to win fantastic prizes while supporting the local community through SCS’s services, do invest in our raffle, ‘Make a Difference to Someone’s Life’ at www.rafflelink.com.au/scs2019raffle
The raffle will be drawn at 4pm, Sunday May 5, at the Hunters Hill Food and Wine Festival. When dreaming up the winning ticket, think exquisite audio-visual technology from Len Wallis Audio or a fabulous holiday from Trendsetter Travel and Cruise Centre or the best in beauty and cosmetics from Estee Lauder group – the list goes on with wines, hampers, handmade quilts, dining experiences.
So invest in a few tickets or a booklet.
If you’re interested a lovely day out, your local community, winning fabulous prizes or just in wine and food – in no particular order – you must put Sunday May 5, Boronia Park, Hunters Hill in your diary.
Do get in to win – buy raffle tickets ahead of the day on our website.
For Festival details, see www.hhfoodnwine.com