More than 30 Mornington Peninsula-based wine, spirit, craft beer and cider brands will feature across nine venues at this year’s Peninsula VineHop Festival. The festival will include the new Block Party @ Brasser Avenue on November 13, and a family-friendly VineHop Sunday Session at The Briars in Mount Martha on November 14.
“We are thrilled to welcome 13 new brands to the VineHop family,” said VineHop founder Lisa MacGregor. “The Block Party @ Brasser Avenue is an exciting new addition to Saturday, bringing together the breweries, cideries, wineries and distilleries that call Brasser Avenue home. And if people are after a more relaxed way to take in the festival, the VineHop Sunday Session is family-friendly, with a chilled vibe and everything in the one location.”
For Saturday, the festival returns to its original format with multiple venues plus shuttle buses to allow attendees to travel between locations easily and safely. Food trucks, DJs and live music will be at each venue, keeping the festival vibes high throughout the day. On Sunday, the Festival Hub at The Briars will be open, with more than 15 beverage brands participating, plus food trucks, live music and entertainment. Children can attend the Sunday Session free of charge.