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UnWined with a new favourite drop of vino in Subiaco
One of Perth's favourite wine festivals is turning 20! UnWined will return to Subiaco on Saturday, 28th October and Sunday, 29th October and this year is sure to be a momentous celebration of local produce.
Image: UnWined Facebook page
UnWined has long been regarded as a premier event in the Perth foodie events calendar, with a range of WA's best wine, craft beer, cider and spirits on offer. There will also be a selection of street foods and tapas to accompany your new favourite wine.
The entry fee to the festival includes a souvenir glass, free wine tastings and access to the food and wine theatres. Of course, if you do like a particular wine, you can purchase by the glass or even take a bottle or two home with you.
UnWined will feature live music, wine education seminars and cooking demonstrations, all situated in a relaxed, park environment at the Market Square Park in Subiaco (opposite Domain Stadium – or Subiaco Oval, as it will always be known to me.)
If you'd prefer to escape the masses, the exclusive Club Lounge is also returning and promises to provide an indulgent experience to festival-goers. Located on the top terrace of the event and overlooking the festival, the Club Lounge is a fantastic retreat for sipping wine after doing the tasting rounds.
The Club Lounge Ticket includes entry to the festival and the lounge, a premium Plumm souvenir wine glass, complimentary wine from the Club Lounge Bar and Gourmet Barbecue during the afternoon, plus the complimentary wine tasting and access to the Food and Wine Theatres.
General admission tickets are $26 pre-purchased and $30 at the door, including booking fees. Premium Club Lounge Tickets are $115 and must be pre-purchased. Plumm Tasting Tickets are $36 for pre-purchased and $40 at the game, including booking fees.
After 20 years of UnWined-ing in Perth, this festival just gets better with age, so make sure you don't miss out on a great celebration of WA wine.