Entwined in the Valley Returns to the Swan Valley on 07-09 October 2022

Entwined in the Valley

The Swan Valley is one of Perth’s favourite destinations for a long lunch but for one weekend this spring, select businesses will come alive at night for the return of Entwined in the Valley.

The bumper program of new and returning favourites offers visitors the opportunity to sip,. sample, wine and dine at several venues that don’t ordinarily open after dark, or only for functions and special events.

Not a night owl? From brunches and long lunches to hands-on masterclasses and market days, there are plenty of daytime activities to ignite the senses and tempt the taste buds.

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City of Swan Mayor David Lucas said it was great to see so many new venues taking part in Entwined in the Valley.

“The Swan Valley is WA’s oldest wine region and the second oldest in Australia but it is also home to many acclaimed breweries and distilleries,” Mayor Lucas said.

“It’s great to see Old Young’s Kitchen, the recently opened Limeburners and Giniversity in the Valley, and new brewery Valley Social, as well as the stunning Estate at Chapel Farm, in the event program alongside stalwarts such as Sittella Winery, Garbin Estate Wines, Swan Valley Sisters and The House of Honey.

“We also have a diverse program of supporting events this year, including market days, a Croatian food experience at Holy Mary Cellars and the return of Vivaldi in the Vines at Faber Vineyard.”

Entwined in the Valley again once coincides with the end of the October school holidays, making it the perfect time to visit with the family.

Download the full program here and read about some of the highlights below.
Tickets and full details of Entwined in the Valley events are available here
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A Night Out in the Valley: Degustation Dinner with Matched Wines: Upper Reach Winery and Restaurant, October 7
An indulgent five-course degustation dinner overlooking the vineyard, featuring locally sourced and seasonal produce matched with new release wines.

Old Young’s Kitchen Degustation: October 7
Expect exciting dishes with unexpected ingredients and flavours from executive chef
Rohan Park (recently nominated as a finalist for Best New Talent at the Gourmet Traveller Restaurants Awards 2023), accompanied by Old Young’s handcrafted, award-winning spirits.

1840 at Sandalford: October 7
Last year’s sell-out event returns with five courses of epicurean perfection paired with Sandalford’s unique 1840 wine collection.

The First Supper: The Estate at Chapel Farm, October 8
Be among the first to formally dine at the Estate, a stunningly-restored Church Barn with a great hall feel and the newest venue within Chapel Farm. Enjoy an epicurean five-course degustation featuring local produce and tastings of Chapel Farm wines.

The Yahava Speakeasy – The Roaring Barrel, October 8.
Get caffeinated in creative new ways after dark as Yahava KoffeeWorks teams up with Whipper Snapper Distillery and Vino Volta Wines for an evening of cocktails, food and wine.

Long Table Dinner Under the Stars: Valley Social, October 8.
Enjoy American barbeque-inspired mains with Australian contemporary flair and live music at the Valley’s newest brewery.

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Wine time

Swan Valley Wine Show Winners: Nikola Estate, October 8.
With the annual Swan Valley Wine Show being held from September 14-16, this year Entwined has the unique opportunity to present a special event where guests can meet the winemakers, taste the prestigious trophy winners and indulge in a grazing board from European Foods.

Winemaker for a Day: Olive Farm Wines, October 9:
Sip, swirl and spill as you assemble your favourite blend under expert guidance, then enjoy a glass of your masterpiece with a grazing board.

Corymbia x Vino Volta Open Vineyards Weekend: Rocket’s Vineyard, October 8-9.
These critically-acclaimed wineries don’t have cellar doors so this a rare chance to meet the makers and taste local wines. Families are welcome to picnic under the Corymbia tree.

Bring the family or four-legged friends

Entwined in the Valley Markets: Ugly Duckling Wines, October 8-9.
The rustic and pet-friendly venue will have up to 40 stalls to browse, wine to taste and produce to sample.

Spring into Amazing Artisans: Tyler’s Vineyard, October 8-9.
Supporting the Valley’s artisan community with stalls featuring the works of local artists under the roof of a farm-style barn.

The Hen Country Fair: The Henley Brook, October 9.
Enjoy a meal and live music, and let the kids loose in the three-acre paddock to try free activities including tug-o-war, sack races, wood chopping and more.

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Create and learn

Chocolate Masterclass: Margaret River Chocolate Company
Indulge your sweet tooth by crafting handmade chocolates under the guidance of master chocolatiers.

Giniversity and Mondo Nougat Masterclass and Lunch: Limeburners and Giniversity in the Valley, October 8.
One of the Valley’s newest additions teams up with an old favourite to deliver a pair of tasty masterclasses to ignite the senses, followed by a shared-platter feast and Entwined cocktail.

Tickets and full details of Entwined in the Valley events are available here

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Martin was born in England but now lives in Perth, Western Australia. He has a passion for breakfast, coffee, hot curries & fast food, and is a cat & Dalek person.

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