Capricorn Food & Wine Festival 2019
WITH the 2019 Capricorn Food and Wine Festival just days away, we have put together a complete guide of all you‘ll need to know for the festival.
Quay Street and the Riverside precinct is set to be a hub of activity from Thursday through to Sunday night.
Some of the region’s best culinary talent, winemakers, craft brewers and spirit producers will all come together in one place.
Here’s the run down for this weekends festival, including a program, road closure details, stall details and more.
6.30pm — 10pm: Let The Fun be Gin! (Capricorn Food & Wine Launch Party)
5pm — 7pm: James Gallagher Band
5pm — LATE: Twilight Tastings
5pm — LATE: Festival Grounds
5pm — LATE: Music — Festival Main Stage
5.15pm — 6pm: Reds for all Occasions (Masterclass*)
6.15 — 7pm: White Wines from Around the World (Masterclass*)
7pm — 9pm: Indigo Electric
7.15 — 8pm: Rose Revolution (Masterclass*)
8.30pm — 9.30pm: Whiskeys from the UK (Masterclass*)
9pm — 11pm: Silky Fuzz
12.30pm — 2pm: Chef’s Table with Adam Dundas Taylor
2pm — 5pm: Ladies of the Vine Afternoon Soiree
2pm — LATE: Festival Grounds
2.30pm — 3.30pm: Saleyards Distillery Gin Masterclass
2.30pm — 5.30pm: Beer & Brass
3pm — 4.30pm: Chef’s Table with Glen Barratt
3.45pm — 4.45pm: Saleyards Distillery Run Masterclass
5pm — 9.30pm: Brazilian BBQ with the Brazzo Boys
5pm — 5.45pm: Little Creatures Beer School Session 1
5.30pm — 7.30pm: The Short Fall Rocks!
5.30pm — LATE: Rockin Reds
6pm — 6.45pm: Little Creatures Beer School Session 2
7.15pm — 7.45pm: Brown Brothers Wine Masterclass
7.30pm — 9.30pm: Relic
9.30pm — 11.30pm: Maddi and the Hoopers
12pm — 3pm: The Long Lunch with Shane Bailey
- All Masterclasses will be held under the Boathouse.
For the safety of event organisers and the community, please see the below road closures.
4am Thhursday September 26 to 4am Monday September 30: FULL ROAD CLOSURE — Quay St (Between William and Denham Streets)
4am Thursday September 26 to 4am Monday September 30: PARTIAL CLOSURE — Westbound lane and carparks on southern side of Denham Street, between Quay St and Quay lane.