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Mel’s Long Lunch at Spring Vale

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Join us for a lunch of superb wines matched to a stunning 8-course degustation meal prepared by our Chef Mel Jarvis at Spring Vale.

Bus available to drop you home after the event (between Swansea, Coles Bay and Bicheno) is included in the price.

Saturday, 12 September
12.00pm – 4.00pm

Spring Vale Vineyard and Winery
130 Spring Vale Road, Cranbrook
Cost: $130pp

Bookings Essential
03 6257 8208

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