“Hua Hin Hills” rebrands as “Monsoon Valley Vineyards” in time for 2017's Harvest season
Hua Hin Hills Vineyard, home to our award-winning Monsoon Valley Vineyard, has recently changed its name to “Monsoon Valley Vineyard”, and continues on with its much-anticipated annual fest, Monsoon Valley Vineyard’s Harvest Festival 2017, slated to happen from March 1-30, 2017.
The reason for this rebranding is to emphasize how proud we are of our products and showcase the success of Monsoon Valley wines, which are Thai wines that have received seven awards from international events, we decided to change our winery’s name to honor the Monsoon Valley wines. Also, our eighth consecutive annual festival is now called “Monsoon Valley Vineyard Harvest Festival 2017”, which marks the inauguration of the new name.
Patrons attending Monsoon Valley Vineyard Harvest Festival 2017 will experience highlighted experiences the winery has to offer. Apart from daily grape picking activity, the festival also offers specially curated activity like “From Vines to Glass”, held every day except Friday, where patrons are taken on a vineyard tour on a jeep, marveling grape vines with ready-to-pick fruits. They then have the chance to learn about different grape varietals, pick grapes and enjoy them fresh, participate in grape stomping and wine tasting right in the vineyard, priced from 550 to 900 Baht per person depending on wine labels. At The Sala Wine Bar and Bistro, restaurant and reception area of Monsoon Valley, is serving up an array of special dishes, prepared exclusively to welcome the harvest season of the year. Live bands perform every weekend to create the romantic mood to the fest.
Every Friday throughout the festival period, wine enthusiasts will get to enjoy “The Grapevine Experience” where wine experts from the vineyard take turn to educate and share their insightful experiences. The fun-filled day caps off with barbecue dinner, paired with two glasses of Monsoon Valley wines. The event starts from 3pm till 6pm, and limits to only 20 participants per day. It costs 650 Baht per person.
The festival’s signature traditional feast, Monsoon Valley Harvest Dinner, is slated to happen on Saturday 11 March from 4pm. The meticulous menus, prepared with finest ingredients, will be paired with Monsoon Valley’s white, red and sparkling wines, among romantic setting and soothing live music all night.
Ms. Kathrin Puff, Wine Maker of Siam Winery Co., Ltd, reveals that, “One of our company's goals is to strengthen wine culture among Thai consumers by offering prime quality Thai wines made from finely selected grapes from Thailand. With the help with modern technology, the firm has produced outstanding, smooth and delicate wines such as Monsoon Valley that rapidly made its way to the international markets during the past ten years. We really hope that Monsoon Valley would be the pride of Thailand that showcases the country’s wine making potential to the world.”
Monsoon Valley Harvest Dinner, limited to only 80 seats, is priced at 3,500 Baht per person. For more information and reservation, call 081-701-0222 and 081-701-0444 or visit www.monsoonvalley.com, www.facebook.com/monsoonvalleyvineyard and Instagram: @siam_winery