Mudgee provides the perfect match

Mudgee’s 2020 ‘Food & Drink Trail’ is the perfect reason to visit the region on the weekend of March 21st and 22nd.


The full culinary diversity of Mudgee and its surrounds will be on display with 14 of the region’s most picturesque venues hosting visitors with one or two small dishes that have been carefully prepared to match selected beverages.

“The Mudgee Region Food & Drink Trail’ is constantly evolving,” said Mudgee Wine Association President Jess Chrcek. “The variety and quality of fresh produce, wines and other culinary offerings continues to grow within the Mudgee Region.

“After a tough time with drought and fires, we’ve been lucky to have some beautiful, soaking rain and the landscape is once again looking lush and green. We want to put our thriving region on show and the ‘Food and Drink Trail’ is the perfect excuse for people to experience and indulge in all things Mudgee.”

As a self-guided trail, the ‘Food & Drink Trail’ offers visitors a range of options. “Guests can select a few venues to visit each day, ensuring that they don’t need to rush, but rather enjoy the journey. A non-alcoholic option is also guaranteed as an alternative pairing at every.”

“The menus are looking enticing, with Slow Cooked Lamb Sliders, Wagyu Rolls, Gourmet Mushrooms of Mudgee Medley Tartlets, Sesame Crusted Fried Halloumi, Local Produce Tasting Plates and Dark Chocolate & Pistachio Nut Ice-Cream to name a few. These are matched with a range of wines, beers ciders and non-alcoholic drinks such as shrubs, cordials, coffee and kombucha.”

DETAILS

Date:
Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 March 2020

Trail Passes:

Tickets:
Trail Passes are $50.00. This comprises five vouchers, each to be exchanged for one dish and drink at the participating venues. There is no limit to the number of Trail Passes available per person.

Map & Menu:
Please click here to view the menu and trail map.

Bookings:
Groups of six or more are encouraged to book at each venue.

Transport:
Transport options are available – see www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au to explore options.

Gluten free, vegetarian and vegan options and alternatives are available at select venues.

For more information on the region please visit www.visitmudgeeregion.com.au

SOURCE: Define Wine

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