It's a busy time of year so you'd be forgiven for not having gotten around to deciding what the Orange Wine Festival will have in story for you.
While many of the Signature Events have booked out, it's not too late to get involved.
Here's my top five Orange Wine Festival events it's not too late to book.
Orange Wine Festival will run from October 18 - 27.
1) Take a trip to the woolshed for Wednesday wine
Orange Wine Festival isn't just about the weekends.
Heifer Station Wines is one of several producers providing a reason to bring wine to your Wednesday.
The Escort Way winery will host a quiz in the woolshed on Wednesday October 23 from 6pm.
The cost is $10 which you get back with your first drink.
To book visit the Heifer Station Wines website.
2) Sparkling verse champagne at Colmar Estate ...
What's the difference between sparkling wine and champagne? How does Orange's sparkling hold up against the French varietal?
All will be revealed during a sit-down tasting at the Pinnacle Road winery.
The Orange Wine Show 2019 big winners will walk attendees through their sparkling selection, some white, some pink, some finished and some in production.
The event will run from 10-11am on Saturday October 19 and Saturday October 26, the cost is $20 per person.
To book call: 0419 977 270
3) Sip See Saw Wines in the sun at Zona
Get the gang together and dust off the picnic rug for an afternoon of See Saw Wines in the sun at Zona Kitchen and Bar.
Live music will get guests swaying along, grazing plates will help keep them satiated.
The event runs from 3pm on Sunday October 27.
Tickets are $35 and include a glass of wine and a cheese plate.
To book visit the See Saw Wines website.
4) A movie and dinner and ... wine?
Orange Mountain Wines have combined all the best things to do on a Saturday night: eat, drink and sit on your bum while someone else entertains you.
The Dolle family have been busy renovating and are ready to invite the public in for dinner and a movie.
Expect a film from Australian writer, director and producer Michael Caulfield, a three-course dinner and a glass of wine on arrival.
Movie nights will take place on October 19 and 26. Tickets are $55.
Book through the Orange Mountain Wines website.
5) Treat your non wine-swilling mates to a cyder picnic
Apparently not everyone loves wine and apparently you can have too much of a good thing.
Luckily, Orange is well equipped to produce many a good thing to have too much of.
Small Acres Cyder are opening up the apple shed and inviting the public to join them for a picnic in the paddock.
The picnic is on September 27 from 11am-3pm.
Tickets are $55 and include a food pack and a large bottle of cyder. Book through the Orange Wine Festival website.
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