Explore and Taste wines and gourmet produce at Tumbarumba Tastebuds – a lush spring affair. Visit vineyards, cellar doors and open gardens as you enjoy this Spring weekend in Tumbarumba – Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th October 2019.
Meet the hardworking vignerons and winemakers at Tumbarumba’s premium quality vineyards and cellar doors, offering free wine tasting at unique venues oozing charm, character, and hospitality. Self-drive for a discovery of fine wine, food and entertainment, or gather your favourite people together and book a bus tour.
Check out the Local Makers and Growers Market, at Nest Cinema Café Books, from 9am – 1pm on Saturday, before continuing on exploration of our wonderful cellar doors…
- Courabyra Wines, open Saturday 10am – 8pm & Sunday 10am – 6pm (extended hours for Tumbarumba Tastebuds weekend). Award winning wines, and matched food & wine tasting plates, along with a special Tastebuds menu. Live music on Saturday afternoon from 3pm. Lunch & dinner bookings are recommended to avoid disappointment
- Johansen Wines, open Saturday & Sunday 11am – 5pm – A free walking tour of the picturesque vineyard will leave the cellar door at 3pm on both Saturday & Sunday
- Tumbarumba Wines Escape, open Saturday & Sunday 11am – 3pm – Market stalls & music on the lawns on Sunday – Lunch bookings essential
- Obsession Wines is Tumbarumba’s only winery, open Saturday & Sunday 10am – 5pm – Meet the winemaker, see how the wines are made, and take in spectacular views of the vines, and the Snowy Mountains beyond, from the cellar door.
- Excelsior Peak, is open for Tastebuds weekend only, 10am – 4pm – Juliet talks visitors through Sniff & Sip, tasting a range of white and reds.
- Mount Tumbarumba Vineyard, one of the oldest – and smallest – vineyards in Tumbarumba offers tastings of their On the Fly range at Nest Cinema Café Books on Saturday 10am – 4pm and Sunday 10am – 2pm.
Nest Cinema Café Books will delight you with their annual Nest in the Night Garden Spring Degustation on Saturday evening from 6pm.
Tumbarumba is held in great renown for producing premium cold-climate grapes, highly sought after by Australian winemakers and wine-drinkers. Chardonnay and classic sparkling styles made the Tumbarumba Wine Region famous, but our vineyards also produce excellent Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier, Pinot Gris, Sauvignon Blanc, Riesling, Shiraz, Merlot, Gammay, Tempranillo and Viognier. This weekend is an opportunity like no other, to enjoy premium wines from Australia’s coldest mainland wine region – Tumbarumba. For more information about the growers and wine of Tumbarumba visit www.tumbarumbawine.com
There’s so much happening in Tumba on this last weekend in October, as it also plays host to the Tumbarumba Spring Flower Festival, featuring open gardens, flower show, flower photography competition, art show, photography exhibition, edible flowers workshop and more…