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Winter Solstice shortest day/night of winter

Discussion in 'Noticeboard' started by Skipress, Jun 14, 2013.

  1. Skipress

    Skipress Hard Yards Ski Pass: Gold

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    Celebrate the Winter Solstice (21 June) the shortest day of winter at Feathertop, Falls Creek.

    The lodge and restaurant owner John Alcorn has requested his chefs recognise this important day on the calender with a five-course tasting menu and matching wines.
    He's confident they will really show their personality and passion about food with some warm hearty tasting dishes including Mountain Buffalo meatball, rabbit & wild mushroom tortellini, confit duck & pork cassoulet to name a few.

    Five course tasting menu -paired with wine from a trio of NE Victoria's winemakers( Brown Brothers, Fowles and Indigo Vineyard) matching each course $75.00 per person.

    Bridgette Hooper from Indigo Vineyard will be at the Winter Solstice tasting dinner at Feathertop Restaurant, Falls Creek.

    This vineyard, 12 kms from Beechworth, is renowned for its superb grapes.
    Everyone agrees that “great wines start in the vineyardâ€. As specialist grape grower Indigo Vineyard is proud that its grapes find their way into fabulous wines produced by great wine makers including Brokenwood, De Bortoli, Seville Estate and five other premium Victorian wineries.

    Bookings recommended Ph 03 5758 3232

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    Feathertop 'Solstice Package' Stay three pay for two and kids stay free - Bed & Breakfast - $266.00 per adult Bed, Breakfast and Solstice Tasting dinner and one other dinner at Feathertop Restaurant & Mo's Bar. Cost $356.00 per adult.
     
    #1 Skipress, Jun 14, 2013
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