La Dolce Vita goes next level

Thousands enjoy King Valley’s delights
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CHEERS: Pictured at La Cantina are (from left) Chris Berenger (Wangaratta), Dympna Hayes (Kyabram), Rob Hancock (Wangaratta), Anita Smith (Beechworth), Tony Dellicastelli (Wangaratta), Bev McNamara (Albury), Mari Dellicastelli, Lea Kleeman (Melbourne), Rosie Claney (Wangaratta), Gayle O’Keefe (Boorhaman), Nigel Hayes (Kyabram), Peter Claney (Wangaratta), Trevor McDonald (Wangaratta), Denise Hancock (Wangaratta), Al Kleeman (Melbourne) and Cory Saunders (Wangaratta). PHOTO: Mel Guy

ORGANSIERS of the King Valley’s La Dolce Vita Festival are singing the praises of the event that appears to be getting better every year.

The valley’s marketing push into Canberra over the last seven years has paid dividends, with patrons from the capital making up 10 per cent of ticket sales.

Alison Lloyd, Wines of the King Valley executive of and marketing officer, said early indications are that numbers were better than previous years of the festival, with 2017 attracting 3600 patrons.

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