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Drinks Pinot Picnic 2021: What to Expect at The Inaugural Australian Wine Event

Pinot Picnic 2021: What to Expect at The Inaugural Australian Wine Event

Pinot Picnic 2021: What to Expect at The Inaugural Australian Wine Event
Image: Frances Andrijich
By Dudi Aureus
By Dudi Aureus
February 17, 2021
The wine event, which has now been rescheduled from February to April, will pair the finest produce from the regions of Manjimup and Pemberton with regional pinot varieties

Pinot Picnic, the inaugural wine event that celebrates all things pinot noir, was supposed to take place in February 2021, but was postponed due to undisclosed reasons. Now, the long wait is over as the organisers have announced that the much-awaited celebration is set to take place from April 22 to 25.

The four-day event comprises an exciting line-up of activities, including picnics, live entertainment, sparkling soirees and vineyard experiences throughout the Southern Forests region of Manjimup and Pemberton in Western Australia. 

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The event includes wine tours in the regions of Manjimup and Pemberton
The wine event celebrates all things pinot noir
Wine makers and oenophiles will participate and share their knowledge about this grape variety
The event includes limited wine tastings
The event includes a sunset picnic
The pinots will be paired with exquisite dishes, using Australian produce
Chefs will showcase amazing produce in the wine pairing dinners
 

Even with travel restrictions still in place, you may still partake in selected events available in digital formats. For instance, the Pinot Pilgrimage will be live-streamed from Tall Timbers, Manjimup on April 23. During this session, you’ll be able to hear from the region’s leading winemakers and oenophiles on the history behind the premium pinots and their thoughts on the selected bottles for tasting.

And while you might be far away, you can still join in the fun with curated picnic hampers available for delivery, which, of course, includes award-winning wines from wineries Below & Above, Lost Lake and Woodgate. Serve these from the exclusive Pinot Picnic Plumm glassware sets, which are included in the hampers along with artisanal treats from Singapore-based Lush Platters.

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