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Toast Martinborough celebrates another successful event 

December 19, 2018 December 2019 No Comments

Toast Martinborough wine, food and music festival has delivered another day to remember for 8000 happy festival goers.

Toast Martinborough General Manager Anna Nielson said the 2018 event was one of the best in the 27-year history of the festival, with happy revellers enjoying the mix of food, wine and music spread across the nine participating winery sites.

“We were incredibly pleased with how the day unfolded – the weather ended up better than expected, the wine was flowing, wonderful food prepared by some of the best chefs in business was enjoyed, and a fantastic line up of musicians had everyone singing and dancing throughout the day.”

Ms Nielson said there were many highlights from the day including having Palliser and Escarpment back on the Toast circuit, the varied range of wines for people to try, and the quality of the food on offer.

“We were also delighted at the huge response to our Fashion Finds in the Vines competition,” Ms Nielson said.

“Six festival goers rocking their Toast look were handpicked by visiting style icons Kelly Coe of Augustine and Kate Jarrett of Loxy’s Hair Boutique to win prizes and star on our Instagram and Facebook pages.

“There were so many fantastic outfits on display, Kelly and Kate had a hard time choosing only six people.”

Ms Nielson said work put in behind the scenes over recent years had also contributed to the overall success of the event.

“Our cashless payment system is now well established, a centralised communications centre has allowed us to better manage transport, security and other support, and the Toast app has been a game-changer for providing all the information and real-time updates people  need throughout the day.”

“But for me the ultimate highlight is that people know that when they come to Toast they are going to have a great time, because everyone involved is totally committed to putting on the best day possible.”

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