Vintage day of Stomping good revelry

STEP UP: The Cessnock Stomp Festival is an event for all the family, offering a slightly quirky take on entertainment, lifestyle, fun, food and wine.

Advertising FeatureKick back in country style for a day of revelry, fine local food, wine and music at the Cessnock Stomp Festival,an event for all the family.

Enjoy a feast of beautiful food and wine from the Hunter Region, an eclectic range of arts and crafts markets, many different offerings from local businesses, a Mad Hatter’s High Tea party, a meet-the-wine-makers breakfast and a chance to meet the legends of the Hunter Valley wine industry.

On this Sunday, April 17, the festival’s expanded program will embrace the diverse skills of the Cessnock community –from wineries, restaurants and artisans to artists, historians and musicians.

The centerpiece of the Festival is the McGuigan WineGreat Cessnock Stomp, where participants will celebrate the end of vintage in the age-old traditional stomp.

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Cessnock Stomp FestivalWith shoes off and pants rolled up, competitorsstep inside the barrel and work their feet into a stomping frenzy and get the grape juice flowing to fill their jug as full as they can in two minutes.

Five Great Cessnock Stomp heats will be held hourly from 10.30am.

Heat winners will go feet-to-feet in the final stomp battle at 3pm.

The winner will be crowned the 2016 Great Cessnock Stomp Champion and be awarded great prizes.

Chat to some of the best wine makers of the Hunter while sharing breakfast at the Meet the Wine Makers Breakfast.

Wine makers include StoneHurst Wines, Catherine Vale, Ascella Organic Wines, Ballabourneen Wine, Capercaillie Wines, Ernest Hill Wines, McGuigan Wines, McLeish Estate, Tempus Two Wines, Tamburlaine Organic Wines and Draytons Family Wines.

Tickets to the Meet the Wine Makers Breakfast are just $15 and can be purchased online at the 老域名cessnockstompfestival老域名备案老域名.

Join the Hunter Valley’s home-grown microbreweries for ale, a lager, or a stout.

It’s just a “hops”, skip and a jump to beer enlightment when you’re in the company of Hunter Beer Co, Hope Brewhouse and The Lovedale brewery.

Or join the crowds at the Tempus Two Bubble Lane to celebrate and explore all things bubbly.

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