Hungry to get out and about this winter? Come on down to Bunbury Geographe and find a plethora of mouth-watering events that’ll feed all your senses. Now, where to begin… Ummm yes! Mojo’s in Bunbury are running regular Pop-up Cellar Doors on Fridays from 5:30pm-7:30pm. Come support local while enjoying a new/interesting/upcoming Geographe drop at Mojo’s bottle shop. Post-tasting, why not stay for dinner and pair your new find with something on the menu? Tempranillo is a well-established hero variety for the Geographe Wine Region. Come and join Saint Aidan Wines for their annual Tempranillo Tasting, which includes 18 of the best of this variety: 6 from Geographe, 6 from the rest of Australia, and 6 from its origin: Spain. The day begins with a group discussion about the variety, its attributes and what to look for, followed by a blind tasting (with nibbles in between). Do stay for the long lunch afterwards – your tastebuds will thank us later. Edith Valley has teamed up with Market on the Road (of Market Eating House) to bring you an intimate winter feast dining experience. Set in the rolling hills of Roelands, Edith Valley is fast becoming one of the most popular wedding and event venues in the South West. To celebrate ‘Market On The Road’ coming on board as one of their preferred caterers they are teaming up to bring you an intimate Winter Feast dining experience. Enjoy a relaxed seated 3-course dining experience whilst enjoying live music by Charlee Jones Music – a local solo acoustic guitarist and singer. Note: The Visit Bunbury Geographe team have done their utmost to ensure the above event listings are correct at time of publishing. In this changing environment, we suggest that you please confirm event details with each event host to avoid disappointment/missing out.