On November 1st, Pipers Brook Vineyard will be once again serving hearty Tasmanian produce in the Cellar Door café, to accompany their range of premium and award-winning Tasmanian wines. The café will have a focus on fresh, local produce matched to the Pipers Brook range of wines.
Marketing Manager Rachel Boyd says:
“Our team is so excited to welcome the relaunch of our Café, as “Nadines at Pipers Brook”. We’ve worked really closely together on this venture to ensure we’re offering a rounded experience to all visitors who make the effort to come and enjoy our wines and see our beautiful vineyard. Now our guests will be able to once again sit in our courtyard or lawns, or inside in the café to enjoy a beautiful menu with a focus on Tasmanian produce, made to be enjoyed alongside a glass of our Pipers Brook wines – and just in time for the warmer months. “
The announcement coincides with an exciting “Vintage Changeover” weekend event at the vineyard planned for November 3rd and 4th with live music on both days as well as spot prizes and huge Cellar Door only discounts across the entire range of 2017 vintage wines. Attendance is free and the event is family friendly with local duo Two Steps entertaining with smooth acoustic tunes on Saturday, whilst on Sunday the talented Tim Gambles will be providing singalong solo entertainment.
Pipers Brook vineyard was established in 1974 and continues to be known as one of the modern pioneers of the Tasmanian wine industry.
Event details: https://www.facebook.com/events/726563831035970/
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