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Fresh Swan Valley food and wine trails unearthed in Singapore

April 8, 2019 Destination Global No Comments Email Email

The best kept secrets of the Swan Valley region in Western Australia were recently unearthed in a fun evening of great produce, fine wine & spirits hosted by the City of Swan Mayor David Lucas and a delegation of producers.

The event complements the release of five new Swan Valley food and wine trails; Fresh Seasonal Produce, Fine Wine, Wine and Art Off the Beaten Track, Kids in the Valley, and Bushtucker and Beyond.

City of Swan Mayor David Lucas said there are seven food and wine trails in total, with the Sweet Temptations and Cider and Ale trails launched last year.

“The trails provide a map and guide for a day of touring the Swan Valley, and showcase the concentration of surprises, flavours, cultures and adventures waiting for you,” he said.

“The event is designed to give guests a sense of what the region is about, which is a rural escape flourishing with fresh produce, countless gourmet artisan goods, bustling markets and award-winning wine, all brought to you by the friendly and welcoming local community.”

Representatives from the food and wine trails present provide a produce tasting experience, including bush tucker preserves, wine, gin, fruit, cider, chocolate, nuts, nougat and honey. International wine specialist from Singapore, Ch’ng Poh Tiong, emceed the exclusive dinner event at Open Farm Community where Swan Valley wines were matched to the dinner menu. To cap the evening, guests were treated to nougat inspired by the Singapore Sling cocktail specially created by Mondo Nougat.

Mayor David Lucas said the Swan Valley is the oldest wine region in Western Australia and second oldest in Australia.

“With more than 150 attractions on offer there’s something for everyone, and we’re very excited to share our insider tips with Singapore. Singapore is one of the top three primary international markets for the Swan Valley and we are confident that they will enjoy discovering the trails.”

The City is also running a competition to send two people from Singapore to the Swan Valley to experience the region first-hand. The competition is supported by Destination Perth.

The lucky winner will receive return flights to Perth with Singapore Airlines, four nights at the Novotel Vines resort including breakfast, a game of mini golf and a full-day D’Vine Swan Valley tour.

Singapore is only a five hour flight away from Perth, and the Swan Valley is located just 25 minutes from the Perth City centre and 10 minutes from the airport.

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