A taste of the Deep Creek Valley seasonal feast

A past event of DV Cider, a cocktails provider for Deep Creek Valley dining event. (Supplied)

Farmers and makers from Deep Creek Valley invite the public to the dining series event in mid-April.

The event promises a unique five-course lunch that highlights the seasonal produce of the region.

Local producers such as Madelaine’s Eggs, Dreaming Goat Dairy, Wildwood Organics, Chin Chin Farm, Source Fungi, and Blackmore Wagyu will serve each course, featuring the hero ingredient from their farms.

DV Cider host and featured producer Jenny Abalos said, “if you love a foodie experience and love to know the story behind your food, come meet the makers and growers of our region.

“These are growers that have become a master at their craft, purely through research, and good trial and error. All have the same ethos of instilling community, sustainability and innovation in their farming techniques.”

The lunch pairs each dish with specially crafted cocktails from Chin Chin Farm and DV Cider.

Guests will also receive exclusive access to the Eastern Macedon Ranges Producer Sample Pack, offering a variety of culinary treats.

Ticket are on sale and covers all food and drinks.

The lunch, set against the backdrop of the scenic Eastern Macedon Ranges, will take place at DV Cider House on Sunday, April 14 from 12.30-5pm.

Details: www.chinchinfarm.com.au/events/deep-creek-valley-producers-lunch.