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Over the course of the year Best's host a number of great events for not only our Concongella Wine Club members, but also friends and followers of Best's Great Western. Below is a list of the upcoming events we have planned as well as other interesting events occuring in the Grampian region.

March 31st

Mount Zero Olives - Longest Lunch

Join us at Mount Zero Olives on the 31st March under the Grampians sky to celebrate a Regional Longest Lunch as part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival. It will be a great afternoon celebrating local chefs, produce and wine.

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Easter 2017

Easter Saturday

Local Acoustic Duo - Jacob Hamilton playing 12pm - 4pm


Art Exhibition - Easter Friday to Easter Monday

We have been fortunate to gather works by the following artists for exhibition over Easter. Come and enjoy a tasting while discovering their works.

Margaret Holloway - Botanical Artist 

Margaret is a Botanical Artist living in Melbourne, Australia. Working mainly in watercolour, she creates highly detailed paintings of plants and small creatures that are accurate in detail and scale, with an artistic flair.

Vida Pearson - Wildlife Artist

Vida has been a professional artist/printmaker for over 25 years. Early in her career her favoured mediums were screen printing and etching. However in the last 15 years she has concentrated almost exclusively on linocuts. She has a very distinctive style with her brightly coloured strongly designed works – mostly hand coloured.Upon joining the Wildlife Art Society of Australasia many years ago her images naturally took a turn in that direction. This enables her to combine a love of bird-watching, photography and travel with her work. She spends approx. 2 months each year on various field trips within Australia and overseas collecting material for new images. This has involved many trips to outback Australia and inspirational places such as Antarctica, Madagascar, Asia, Iceland and most recently Africa. She finds observing all types of wildlife exhilarating – even those she observes daily on her 5 acre bush block. She hopes that by creating beautiful images of the natural world she may cause people to reflect on how amazing our planet is.Her work can be found in galleries throughout Australia. She has won over 100 prizes in art competitions and exhibits regularly in group and solo shows.

Marcus Thomson - Photographer

Marcus Thomson is a commercial photographer, whose signature lies in urban and rural landscape photography, and environmental portraiture. Marcus nails the essence of his subjects in a broad range of urban and remote settings—from the studio, boardrooms and inner-city developments to sheep stations and offshore oilrigs.He thrives on challenging projects. Clients value his commitment to excellence, and his ability to accurately interpret and successfully deliver their project brief. Marcus’s recent work has included collaborations with photographers, designers and artists from Australia, Europe and the United States.

Harold (Bull) Culling - Shearart Metal Sculpture

Harold is a local sculpture, having spent much of his working life as a butcher and shearing, he has taken to metal sculpture with much of his work reflecting his life experiences.