Alkina Long Lunch with Charlie Arnott and Mark McNamara

05 May 2021
11.00am - 4.00pm
$175
Alkina Wine Estates
41 Victor Road, Greenock, SA, 5360
Dan Coward
08 8562 8246
dan@alkinawine.com

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Discover Alkina, meet Charlie Arnott, enjoy a delicious long lunch and learn about terroir winemaking and regenerative farming in Greenock in the Barossa's Western Ranges.

You'll walk the vineyard rows and explore soil pits, before enjoying canapés and a tasting of Alkina's rarest terroir wines. Alkina has undertaken a unique and detailed terroir study to identify tiny parcels of old vine Grenache and Shiraz planted on different rock and soils types within the vineyard. We hand pick and vinify these 'Polygons' separately and you'll be able to taste these special wines, see the rocks and understand the special relationship between place and wine.

Then it's onto a long table in the Courtyard for a fabulous 3 course meal cooked over fire by Barossa legend, Mark McNamara, and featuring the very best local Barossa and SA produce and suppliers. With Alkina's wines matched to the food and with magnums flowing, we'll enjoy a 'Yarn with Charlie' as we go.

Charlie is an award-winning grazier from Boorowa, New South Wales, Australia, an educator and passionate advocate for Regenerative Farming practices. His family business has developed under Charlie's guidance from a 'conventional', industrial high input mixed enterprise farm working against nature to a biodynamically principled holistically managed farm partnering with nature. His podcast - The Regenerative Journey - is compulsive listening.

Having only recently opened, Alkina is a new story on an old place. It's a journey through ancient stones and soils, organic and biodynamic viticulture, small scale winemaking and the creation of unique micro-terroir wines, all grown and made on our estate in the Western Barossa ranges. Alkina seeks to make wine that is an expression of place; pure, authentic, terroir wines from healthy vines in healthy soils. Alkina sits on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri people. We acknowledge the Ngadjuri people as the traditional owners of this land and we pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.

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