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Clyde Wine and Food Harvest Festival

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What the Lonely Planet
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Visit Central Otago to explore our heritage, food, wine (in particular the fabulous Pinot Noir), fruit and the Central Otago Rail Trail, and stay in wonderful accommodation in the heart of the Goldfields











See what Expedia had to say about our Harvest Wine and Food Festival

Clyde Wine & Food Harvest Festival was proud, a couple of years ago, to be the sole Kiwi option featured in Expedia’s ‘Ultimate Local Foodie Festival Guide’. We’d been selected alongside internationally renowned events like Taste of Sydney and Melbourne as the best festivals to get your culinary fix.

Clyde, a small town in Central Otago, emerged during the New Zealand Dunstan gold rush in 1862, but nowadays you’ll find more fine wines than precious metals in this town. In fact, our event champions what Clyde is known for in the 21st century – wines from vineyards in the world’s most southern region hidden within Central Otago’s rich landscape and surrounded by its schist rock hills.

The Easter Sunday festival has more than 30 stalls to quench the thirsts and sate the appetites of the food and wine lovers worldwide who make a pilgrimage to this town every year.

Pick up an exclusive Clyde Wine & Food Harvest Festival glass and taste-test your way around the best of the region’s wines, including its internationally renowned pinot noir. While you’re sampling, there’s live music, an art exhibition and market stalls selling local products.

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