We are very pleased to announce that we have been invited to take part in this year’s Glenlyon Food and Wine Fayre on Sunday, 31 July 2011. We will have two stalls, one for Hidden Secret and one for Meredith Dairy.
Come and join us between 10am and 4pm. The Fayre is set in the grounds of the historic Shire Hall in the picturesque village of Glenlyon. It showcases the area’s cool climate wines along with new and established producers of fine Food.
Over 35 of the area’s finest vignerons and food producers offer sips, samples and sales to visitors while they enjoy live music and cooking demonstrations from local chefs.
Here at Hidden Secret we know that Christmas is a ‘life time’ away, but to make sure that your festivities go off with a deliciously tasty bang this year, we have put the final lid on the final jar of our popular Grand Marnier 9 Fruit, Fruit Mince. This scrumptious fruit mince is loaded with 9 fruits, laced with Grand Marnier, is 100% vegetarian and gluten free with absolutely no additives, preservatives or colourings and is matured for six months. Fabulous for your homemade mince pies, Christmas pudding or Christmas pudding ice cream. This popular product sells quickly and there is a limited number, to ensure you don’t miss out, reserve one today! Available begining of December.
Due to overwhelmingly successful weekends at the Lake House Producer’s Day, Lara Food & Wine Festival and Grampians Grape Escape where we completely sold out of our relishes, and many requests for where you can buy our relish when there isn’t a market or festival for you to visit, we have decided, by popular request, to launch Hidden Secret Direct – Relish by Post!
All you need to do to get your hands on your favourite relish is click here and complete an online order form, or phone 03 5281 9258 or email email@example.com place your order. We can process your payment by credit/debit card over the phone or via Paypal.
Check out our ‘Relish by Post’ page for further details.
Or for those of you who are too desperate to wait for the post, why not phone ahead and come and collect?