Open Day at Tilba Valley Wines Sep 1st

When: 1st Sep 2018 11:00am - 5:00pm

Where: Tilba Valley Wines, 947 Old Hwy, Corunna

Pricing: FREE

Tilba Valley Wines is under new ownership. The open day is an opportunity for the new owners, Jamie, Chloe & Carly, to meet their new community whilst unveiling their recent work and future plans for the winery, cellar door and restaurant.

Jamie told the Beagle “The Open day will be fun for everyone including music, kids entertainment, food and all your favourite refreshments! Come along and help us celebrate the new era at Tilba Valley Wines!” Jamie (tradie) and Chloe (fashion designer) along with their little ones have moved down from Ulladulla and love the area Jaimie said “we came across the place during a weekend at the snow last September and had to make it happen so we went to work!”

Co-owner Carly is Jamie's sister. She was running a post natal care agency in Sydney and was roped into the idea throughout the process of buying the property. So the new Tilba Valley Winery is a family operated business that will be a place for everyone and for the ages.

The three are looking to make Tilba Valley Winery & Ale House the iconic venue that it should be in the region, a place for young, old, families with weekly Sunday music, Saturday night events, weddings, weekend music and food festivals, among other ideas. There will be kids entertainment and some sweet sweet live tunes from King Chick check them out on Triple JJJ unearthed. $10 lunches will also be available on the day!

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