15th to 24th July 2022

Put a hold on hibernation this winter with more than 40 unique events throughout the Margaret River Region in, designed to help you break the boredom.

All your festival favourites with plenty of fire, wine, food and fine tunes planned for your winter down south.

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10 June | 1 July | 5 August

Winter Wine Options is a fun and informative identification guessing game that takes you on a journey around the world of wine.

Have a taste and guess the answers to questions such as this:

  1. Could it be from the northern or the southern hemisphere?
  2. Is it a pinot noir, a cabernet franc, a sangiovese or a shiraz?
  3. What vintage is it from: 2009, 2012 or 2018?

Held over three nights this winter; play one or play them all to win the Perpetual Barrel Head Trophy.

Friday 10 June: Clairault Streicker – hosted by Bruce Dukes and Mark Warren

Friday 1 July: Xanadu – hosted by  Janice McDonald & Severine Robert

Friday 5 August: The River Hotel (fancy dress with prizes for best dressed)

6pm for 6:30pm sharp start. BYO nibbles.

Supper served after the results have been announced. Please consider your skipper for the evening.

Get your team of four together; think up a great name and be in it to win not only prizes but eternal fame and glory.

Table bookings for 4 people: Single night table $200. Series of 3 nights $480.
Ticket includes tastings of 9 wines and supper.
Strictly no BYO alcohol – beer, wine and soft drinks available for purchase.

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14th – 23rd October 2022

Fine Vines Festival brings together a selection of more than 30 unique events showcasing the quality and depth of the Margaret River region’s wine offering. For the aficionados and the occasional drinkers alike, Fine Vines invites you to explore all aspects of our wine region through tastings and tours, masterclasses, dining experiences and exclusive museum wines.

Over 10 days this spring, you’ll get insider access to the vines, experts and wines that have shaped the Margaret River Wine Region over the past 50+ years.

Find out more at finevinesfestival.com.au