Friday, January 20, 2012

Hunter Valley Gardens, ‘One Stop Shop’ For Brides-to-be!



Brides-to-be look no further than the Hunter Valley Gardens as your dream wedding destination in 2012. The Gardens will be hosting their annual Summer Wedding Open Day on the 29th of January 2012 from 10am to 3pm right in the heart of the picturesque Hunter Valley. The Barrel Room and Garden Terrace will be in full wedding setup, so you can see what to expect on your special day!

Couples will have the opportunity to sit down with local Hunter Valley wedding suppliers, celebrants, photographers, caterers, cake decorators and so forth to discuss all of the wonderful things that a wedding day may bring. Attendees will be able to explore and wander through the ten famous international display gardens. From the Chinese themed Moongate Garden, to the classic European Formal Garden with a wishing fountain, there are many ideal settings to choose from at Hunter Valley Gardens.

There are a range of packages available to suit any wedding theme or budget. You can be guaranteed that the food will be amazing as Hunter Valley Gardens was awarded Best Function Caterer at the 2009 and 2010 Hunter Restaurant and Catering Awards for Excellence.

Hunter Valley Gardens wedding cxpert Carly Harper says, “The Hunter Valley Gardens is a beautiful place for weddings to take place; we pride ourselves on making each wedding as special as the next. Any wedding at the Hunter Valley Gardens will be one to remember.”

Hunter Valley Gardens are also excited to announce that from mid March they will have a new marquee available at Tempus Two or within the beautiful Hunter Valley Gardens. This will seat up to 500 guests.

Entry into the Open Day is FREE for all wedding couples that have registered online. The first 150 couples to register and arrive at the Barrel Room will also receive a free gift bag. For further information/bookings contact Carly, Kelly and Amanda on 02 4998 4000 or email weddings@hvg.com.au

Monday, January 16, 2012

The Beltree



Come to The Beltree’s restaurant and take a trip to the Italian countryside, where you can experience simple, honest, authentically Italian food as only The Beltree’s chef Guy can serve up.

What better accompaniment for your meal than a glass or two of fine Hunter Valley wine. Start your meal with a fine sparkling Semillon, complement your entree with the 95-points 2009 KV Soma Semillon, then tuck-in to the main with a Merlot or Shiraz. Finish it all off with a late-harvest/botrytis Semillon and the best cup of coffee in the Hunter Valley.

Enjoy the simple and honest wine and food with friends, indoors or alfresco on the deck outside next to JumpUp Creek.

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