A Taste of Chittering 2019

A taste of chittering oranges and sheep

The Chittering Valley lies in the Northern hills of the Darling Range, just one hour’s drive from Perth. The valley features stunning scenery with bushlands, wetlands, the Brockman River, Orchards and amazing wildflower displays.

Sun 25 August 2019: Returning to showcase the produce, wine and country lifestyle of the greater Chittering region

When : Sunday 25th August from 10am to 5pm

Where: Nesci Estate Wine Farm, Lower Chittering

How much: Free(ish) – Entry by donation

A Taste of Chittering
A Taste of Chittering Valley Festival

With farm-gate grower and producer heroes with tastings, dishes from guest chefs, wine and beer from Chittering’s own brewers and winemakers, huge range of local market stalls, performances from musicians, farm and native animals and more…

What’s happening this year?

Meet Chittering’s food producers.  Hear their stories and taste sample dishes as Slow Food chefs create delicious free tasters using their goods. Pick up your own fresh produce and follow their recipes.

Taste Chittering’s award-winning wines and brews. 

Featuring wines from Stringybark, Glenowen, Nesci Estate and Bindoon Estate.

 Beer, cider and alc. ginger from 14K Brewery and Outback Brewing.

14K Brewery will be pouring a crossover mulled wine with Bindoon Estate and debuting their first ever commercial brew: a ‘Chittering Pale Ale’. 

Newly crowned ‘Beerfest’ winners Outback Brewing will present a Banoffee Eclair Ale (!) in collaboration with Bindoon Bakehaus.

A taste of chittering oranges and sheep

Huge unique marketplace and food offerings.

Featuring local wares and artisans that can only be found at a few rare events each year.

A number of food outlets will use local ingredients for one-off specials. Look out for their special boards featuring Chittering produce.

Local Musical Guests – Featuring musical performances from Sarah Broome, Kelea, EzerEve, Warwick Trant, Delroy & Robert Binsiar and more…

Meet Native Wildlife and Farm Animals. 

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