Swan Valley’s Sweet Temptations Trail to cater to sweet tooths

The third stop on the Sweet Temptations Trail through the Swan Valley will be House of Honey, Herne Hill. Pictured are owners Kim and Rupert Phillips.
The third stop on the Sweet Temptations Trail through the Swan Valley will be House of Honey, Herne Hill. Pictured are owners Kim and Rupert Phillips.

THE Swan Valley has launched a new tour catering to those with a sweet tooth.

The Sweet Temptations Trail takes guests on a tour of some of the sweetest wines and treats on offer in the Swan Valley.

The trail, which includes House of Honey, Swan Valley Cafe, Olive Farm Wines, Maali Bridge Park, Mondo Nougat, Morish Nuts , Maison Saint-Honore and Pinelli Estate Wines, will leave guests on a sugar high, with everything from traditional French macarons, soft nougat and caramelised nuts on offer.

City of Swan co-ordinator of events marking and public relations Sascha Stone said the new trail was developed to attract locals and overseas visitors midweek.

“Like the Cider and Ale Trail this is available all year round and will be marketed as part of one of the many fantastic Swan Valley experiences on offer,” she said.

“Local produce has always been popular with visitors to the region but we think the sweet nature of these products will be even more enticing.

“The campaign is to bring awareness to the new trail and to encourage visitation”

The Sweet Temptations Trail can be organised by a bus tour or self-driven.

For more information visit www.swanvalley.com.au.

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