Burning of the Vines
Originating in France, the Burning of the Vines marks the end of harvest and the Winter pruning. Tradition involves collecting grapevine cuttings then burning them to cleanse the vineyards and celebrate the coming of the new bud bursts; a symbolism of death and rebirth by fire.
Sirromet’s Inaugural Burning of the Vines Festival, will be an evening celebrating fine wines, entertainment and food around the blaze of burning vines and bonfire and FIREWORKS!
From 3pm Sunday 13th August 2017
Sirromet Winery, Amphitheatre
REGISTRATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED
For those that have registered please note below details for the day!
WHAT TO BRING
Sensible foot wear (as the ground is sloped and has uneven areas)
Sunscreen and a hat
There are no sheltered areas, please come prepared for rain or shine.
PLEASE NOTE: STRICTLY NO BYO FOOD OR DRINKS
Please enter through the main gate and you will be directed to the rear of the venue where there will be plenty of parking. Volunteers from SES will be on hand to help guide you. In support of their services they will be collecting gold coin donations.
FOOD & WINE
CELLAR DOOR – OPEN
Tea, Coffee, Cheese Platters and Ice cream
TUSCAN TERRACE – OPEN
FOOD TRUCKS – OPEN from 3pm
Including Dapper and Chick, Satay House, Hogs Breath,
Smores Galore, Samba Catering, Clinto’s Kupmurri, plus more!
SIRROMET BARS – OPEN
Please note: Club Sirromet membership discount
applicable at Cellar Door bar ONLY
1pm to 4pm – Nicole Skye Duo onstage at Cellar Door
4:15pm to 9pm – Red Tie Band onstage in amphitheatre
5:15pm – Bonfire
8pm – FIREWORKS
Plus roving fire throwers throughout the evening!
Mega Slide, Big Jumping Castle, Mini Ferris Wheel and Sky Flyer from 2pm!
Rides are $6 each or All Event armband for $25 each.
Please check our website and Facebook for regular updates on the day.
Please note to be compliant with regulations and safety, we have the set event capacity at the number of registrations received. Should we exceed this number, we will not be able to honor your registration. We will communicate via Facebook and our website, if and when the venue reaches that capacity.