Unique south-west wine experiences

If you’re looking for something unique to do this summer, Howard Park and MadFish Wines have you covered. Home to many great events, their Margaret River Cellar Door is a must visit.

On 14 & 15 January 2017, their annual Oysters and Riesling event will take place. Pack a picnic, bring your friends and chill out on the cellar door’s manicured lawns while enjoying freshly shucked oysters, live music and of course award-winning Howard Park Rieslings.

If Champagne is more your style, you won’t need to travel as far as France to enjoy it. They are running four exclusive masterclass sessions which will feature tastings of Grand Cru Champagne from the house of Franck Bonville as well as Marchand & Burch Pinot Noirs from the excellent 2014 vintage in Burgundy. Held in the Howard Park Wine Chapel on 28th and 29th January 2017, this masterclass will take you on a vinous journey through famous villages and Premier & Grand Cru vineyards. A selection of superb charcuterie will accompany the wines. A truly unique French wine experience right in the heart of Margaret River!

With wines from both Margaret River & the Great Southern as well as Burgundy in France, the Howard Park and MadFish Wines Cellar Door has a diverse variety of wines available for tasting daily. It also offers an extensive range of Sparkling Wines and Franck Bonville Champagne. With beautiful lawns flanked by native marri and karri trees, picnic blankets and bocce sets available to borrow, a visit to the Howard Park & MadFish Wines Cellar Door is a truly unique experience not to be missed!

Howard Park & MadFish Winery
543 Miamup Road, Cowaramup
Phone 9756 5200
http://www.burchfamilywines.com.au

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