Easter Weekend @ McWilliam’s Cellar Door in Hanwood

March 28, 2018

Easter Weekend @ McWilliam’s Cellar Door in Hanwood

Still making plans for the Easter Weekend? Looking for an event where you and the family can all enjoy themselves, and somewhere you can all try some local fare at the same time? Well, haven’t we’ve got an event for you!!

For this weekend we’ve teamed up with McWilliam’s Wines, a successful Australian wine family since 1877 and now into their sixth generation and still going strong! This Easter Saturday, Sunday, and Monday, down at their Hanwood vineyard, McWiliam’s Wines will have their cellar door open with all day wine tastings!! Not only that but our van will be on site and the wonderful Simon and Leah will be there serving Tumut’s finest beer, nice and cold, straight from the taps. So all good wine and beer lovers can rejoice because we have the holiday weekend set up for you right here.

Open 10am - 4pm there’ll also be a Jumping Castle, supporting Hanwood Public School, on both Saturday and Sunday, as well as antipasto platters to keep those hunger demons at bay.

Music will be live for most of Saturday, provided by Tony L, and Sunday will see two uniquely different wine tastings on offer. We would suggest booking for these as spots will fill up fast (see the poster below for more details).

Click here for a link to the facebook event and below we have the poster if you’re going to show your family and friends to try and tempt them into joining us! If you want to make any reservations or need some more information then the contact details for McWilliam’s Wines are on the poster below.

We hope to see you there!!

 






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