SATURDAY 22nd TO SUNDAY 30th SEPTEMBER 2018
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The Telegraph

A surprising foodie hotspot

“The self-guided Taste of the Teign trail takes you around some of the town’s foodie hotspots including the Red Rock Brewery; Old Walls, the steepest vineyard in England; Shute Fruit where you can pick your own fruit; Milltop Orchards; and Luscombe Farm Shop.

Teignmouth food festival has become an annual event in late September–early October and showcases the region’s finest regional produce. Cafes and restaurants feature special menus while local producers and chefs demonstrate skills such as how to shell and dress a crab.”

Exeter Daily

Taste of the Teign food and drink festival tantalises taste buds

“Over the course of the seven days more than 15 events are taking place; each one using locally sourced produce as the centrepiece for culinary creativity ranging from cracking crab workshops at The Crab Shack in Teignmouth, to tours of the steepest Vineyard in England at the Old Walls Vineyard in Bishopsteignton.”

Cofton Holidays

“Throughout the festival, dozens of events will take place in and around Teignmouth – using locally sourced produce at the heart of culinary masterpieces! Many local restaurants will be featuring special menus based on these foods!

Highlights include tours of the steepest vineyard in Bishopsteignton and crab cracking and farmers markets in Teignmouth… mmm, we can’t wait!”

Food & Drink Devon

``What a great way to kick start the Autumn!``

“A fantastic, funpacked Festival celebrating really local food around the Teign Estuary.”

Visit South Devon

``A self-guided trail taking visitors on a journey of culinary discovery around the beguilingly beautiful Teign Estuary in South Devon.``

“Created for foodies hungry for a new destination to discover, the trail has emerged from the Taste of the Teign food and drink festival, which is devoted to celebrating produce caught, raised or harvested in and around the Teign Estuary, thought to be one of the most bounteous estuaries in the country.”