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A Bay of Fires Wine & Food Affair

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Hosted by the only two vineyards in the iconic Bay of Fires area: Priory Ridge Wines & Sterling Heights Vineyard.

These passionate owners and growers will be offering free tastings of wines and ciders from Priory Ridge Wines and Sterling Heights Vineyard, depicting the terroir of the Bay of Fires region. Priory Ridge will be complementing their wines with tastings of Fowlers Bay of Fires and Pyengana Cheeses.

There will be Cheese Platters, Lease 65 Oysters, Mussels prepared by Furneaux Restaurant and Blue Tier Catering will be serving other foods and drinks. Stirling Heights Vineyard will be making wood fired pizzas to enjoy with their wines and ciders and their popular preserves will be on sale.

Facilities will be available in each vineyard to enjoy the wines and local cuisine whilst taking in the ambiance of a vineyard setting. Details of other activity and entertainment will be posted on the Priory Ridge Website.

Sterling Heights Vineyard: As a boutique vineyard, Stirling Heights is more than just wines. Woodlands Cider and Bay of Fires jams and preserves are produced on the property with wood fired pizzas to complement our wines.

Priory Ridge Wines: A boutique Vineyard & Cellar Door operation bordering the George River and only minutes from the coastal heaven of Bay of Fires and St. Helens. Tastings & sales of award-winning wines & historical records of ancestors who first worked the land.

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