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Pfeiffer Wines Winter Farmers' Market

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Brave the cold and go to these farmers' markets
Winter has set in with a vengeance! The mornings are, to put it mildly, brisk in many areas and the winter jumpers, jackets, boots and more warm paraphernalia have been taken out of their moth balls and put to good use!

So, now it is time for markets! Don the warmest jackets you have and off you go - don't stay sitting home just because the weather is cold!

And to celebrate winter, why not stock up on your favourite winter produce which you can buy from a market?

At these markets, you will be able to buy steaming hot food in case you are still cold or if you just did not feel like making breakfast before you left home!

There will also be live music, good coffee which is always a must at markets, and of course, an array of the freshest winter produce available. This produce will range from lovely, crisp heads of broccoli and bright green kale to delicious new season apples and pears. There will also be cheese, bread, olives, pasta and much much more... including all of the award-winning Pfeiffer wines for tasting and sale.

This will all happen on Saturday 6th July 2019 from 9.00 am until 2.00 pm at Pfeiffer Wines, 167 Distillery Road, Wahgunyah.

There is no charge to go to this market and there will be music by Michael Brennan.

So far, some of the stall holders include the following:

Warby Wood - are a family owned business who make unique, handcrafted wooden homewares and furniture to order.



Louisa Morris Cakes - make award-winning artisan cakes, puddings and preserves.



King Valley Fudge - make more than 15 different varieties of delicious fudge.



King Valley Spices - make freshly roasted, ground spices and blends such as Cajun Andouille Sausage Mix, Chinese Five-Spice Powder, Hot Italian Spice Mix, King Valley Five Spice, King Valley Masala, King Valley Pickling Spice, and more.

Alpine Jersey Dairy Products - are a butter manufacturer who produce boutique butter, ghee, cultured butter and buttermilk.



Longhaven Orchard - are growers and producers of premium fresh and bottled produce. Boutonniere - weddings, gourmet hampers, and small gift packs.



Persephones Creations by Kris - use all natural and home-grown ingredients in their products. They produce soaps, skin creams, lip balms, eye creams, foot balms, beeswax candles, pain relief, insect repellent, nit spray, perfume and much more.

King Valley Popcorn - make a pop pop popping experience in Glenrowan! You can pop your own or choose from their range of gourmet flavours. They have a range of artisan flavours, including caramel or chocolate.



Red Elk Beverage Co.

Osborne Olives - have a large range of olive products. The products are grown using organic principles. They include whole olives, tapenades, olive dukkah and dried olives.

Homemade by Annie - sell and make jams, relishes and preserves as well as pasta products.

Maison Renoux.

Karoa Fibres - are suppliers of naturally coloured sheep fleeces, felting batts, felting/spinning tops, yarn, beanies, scarves, vests, and jumpers.



For further information, contact Pfeiffer Wines on 02 6033 2805 or go to their Facebook page.

About Pfeiffer Wines
Pfeiffer Wines is a father and daughter winemaking family from Rutherglen, one of Australia's oldest wine regions.

The winery produces a varied range of award-winning wines that have won more than 30 trophies and more than 400 medals.

The winery has now been a finalist for the Best Export Wine in Australia awards several times and has been a James Halliday Australian Wine Companion 5 Star winery for seven consecutive years - no mean feat!

Housed in a historic cellar, the building is made from a century-old timber bridge and is nestled in a natural setting on the banks of Sunday Creek a branch of the Murray River.
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Why? For a winter farmers' market
When: Saturday 6th July 2019
Where: Pfeiffer Wines, 167 Distillery Road, Wahgunyah, Victoria 3687
Cost: FREE
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