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Toast to the Coast Festival 2014

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Toast to the Coast Festival, 1st and 2nd November 2014
Toast to the Coast 2014
Toast to the Coast 2014

This year the Annual "Toast to the Coast" festival coincides with the Melbourne Cup Weekend. From the 1st to the 2nd November join Geelong in a festival to celebrate Geelong's Wine, Food and Music.

In 2013 there were 25 wineries involved, there was fresh regional produce and live entertainment on offer. The Toast to the Coast Festival has been described as a celebration of Geelong's fine wine.
Toast to the Coast 2014
Toast to the Coast 2014

Geelong is well known for its chardonnay, shiraz and pinot noir. The region also has an increasing array of other, lesser known wines (varietals). The Toast to the Coast weekend offers an opportunity to explore the wine regions of Geelong, and to visit some vineyards that aren't often open to the public.
Among the vineyards
Among the vineyards

Following the Toast to the Coast maps you will be able to explore the Bellarine, Surf Coast and the Moorabool Valley and uncover the Geelong wine region's hidden gems.

The Toast to the Coast event is getting bigger and better with each passing year. The 13th year of The Toast to the Coast promises to be a great weekend, not to be missed!
Glasses of wine
Glasses of wine

Bellbrae Estate says "At Toast we celebrate the good things in life: great wines, gorgeous country and good friends old and new. It's the weekend we all wait for!"

McGlashan's Wallington Estate says "Toast to the Coast is an awesome event for us and the region. Not only does it bring heaps of new wine lovers to our cellar door but we are amazed by the return visitors and their friends. They often make mention that Toast was the reason they have returned to us and spend more time to appreciate the whole Geelong area food and wine experience".
Oakdene winery and restaurant
Oakdene winery and restaurant

For further information about the Toast to the Coast Festival, tickets, touring maps and shuttle bus details visit the Toast to the Coast website.

You can download a map of the wineries here:

Images courtesy of Toast to the Coast website
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Why? food, wine, wineries, music
Where: All across Geelong and the Bellarine
Cost: $40 per weekend pass
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