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A vineyard with soul (music)

If you are after great soul music and great wine, pencil in the last weekend in October, pack a picnic rug, and head north. The third annual Delamere Music Festival, at Pipers Brook, will bring together a top line-up of roots-based musicians from across the country who will be performing in the gardens of the Delamare vineyard. One person very much at home at the winery will be award-winning South Australian singer/songwriter Kelly Menhennett, who traded in winemaking for music. Other names on the line-up include the Bad Dad Orchestra; and one of the country's most experienced young bluesmen, Tasmanian, Pete Cornelius. As well as Delamere’s estate grown wines, local craft beer will be on the drinks menu. Delamere is a family owned and run vineyard, with its rich red soils planted exclusively with Pinot Noir and chardonnay grapes. The Delamere Music Festival will be held on October 27.

14 October 2018, Edition 199

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