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WA’s first ‘Pinot Picnic’ is sure to draw local foodies and lovers of fine wines

If, like us, you enjoy a good glass of Pinot now and again, then you’d be happy to learn that Western Australia will get to enjoy its first ever Pinot Picnic: a celebration of all things relative to the good drop.

The Pinot Picnic will take place from 11 to 14 February 2021, making it a nice round-off to Valentine’s season and the Lunar New Year. Where you ask? Well, in the Southern Forests region of Manjimup and Pemberton, WA, where good Pinot grapes can be found. 

A series of pinot-inspired events will showcase premium local produce and varieties of renowned regional pinot, with deluxe hampers available for domestic, interstate and international destinations.

Foodies, wine-lovers and romantics will have the chance to sip, taste and explore this stunning corner of Western Australia across the four-day celebration, where local wineries and restaurants will also get to showcase their world-class pinot and gourmet fare.

The region produces boutique, artisanal produce that are favourites among some of the world’s top chefs and foodies, such as fresh local marron and black truffles.

Visit the event to see what all the fuss (and good taste) is about.

Antonino Tati


Pinot Picnic will launch with a cocktail reception at the RAC Karri Valley Resort on Thursday 11 February, followed by three days of pop-up pinot-themed events.  The full program will be announced in the new year. For now you can get more information at www.pinotpicnic.com.


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