12 Jul 2021

What better reason to jump in the car and take a trip to one of South Australia’s beautiful regions than a unique eating and drinking experience? We suggest you take advantage of the remainder of our Winter Series program to satisfy your palate AND your travel itch by combining a Tasting Australia experience with South Australian exploration.


Tuesday 13th July & Thursday 22nd July
Angler, in the beautiful suburb of Stirling in the luscious Adelaide Hills, has two more Winter Series offerings on the table this July. As South Australia’s first and only sustainable and ethical fish and chippery, Angler are determined to educate their customers about the seafood industry whilst delivering unbeatable seafood dishes. Deep Dive provides attendees with an insight into the Angler supply chain, from the fisherman out at sea to the crumbed fillet on your plate, while Winter Comforts will introduce its audience to winter warming dishes that harness seafood – produce that is often ignored in the colder months.


Friday 16th July
The historic Meshach Cellar is not usually open for dining, but this Friday the venue, nestled among vineyards and boasting sweeping valley views, is open for business. Meet A Night in the Vines. Enjoy a six-course fine dining experience with matched Grant Burge back vintage wines with led tastings of the vintages spanning four decades. Plus, you will explore a selection of current releases with Grant Burge chief winemaker Craig Stansborough. Incredible views over a world-class Barossa vineyard with an intimate wine and food experience to kickstart your weekend – why not stay the night in the Barossa and make a trip of it?


Saturday 17th July
This Saturday, jump in the car with your family or friends and head to Whyalla for Hotel Eyre’s Pig ‘n’ Pale American BBQ. Rug up for an epic night of eats, beats and brews with pulled lamb shoulder, slow cooked suckling pig and amazing craft beer from Port Lincoln’s Beer Garden Brewing. Whilst enjoying your feast, you will hear from local producers as they discuss the very freshest fair, revealing their secrets and plenty of cooking tips, as well as being talked through your local brews by team members from the brewery.


Saturday 17th July
Perhaps the Yorke Peninsula is more your style. Wild Winter Harvest at Barley Stack Wines similarly features meat cooked low and slow, as well as local seafood, native edibles and fireside canapes. Settle into the rustic cellar door for a six-course selection of warming winter-themed dishes accompanied by the best Yorke Peninsula drops paired and described to you on the night by winemaker Colin Sheppard. Alternative folk-rock musicians will set the scene as you enjoy this event which is the first of its kind held at Barley Stacks Wines.


Sunday 25th July
This one is for the wine lovers. The Victory’s cellar is legendary with its focus on the McLaren Vale region and vintages covering the last couple of decades. Yangarra are teaming up with The Victory for 15 Years of Yangarra for a four-course set menu this Winter Series, in which wine plays the leading role. Lauded local winemaker Peter Fraser has matched at least two wines to each course, and will be on hand on the night to take guests through 15 years of outstanding wines from the estate he has shaped since 2000.


Saturday 31st July
The Mount Gambier Hotel loves local. Hence their Winter Series offering: Limestone Coast Home Grown Heroes. Experience the region’s very best food and beverage offerings from seafood to pork belly and decadent desserts, alongside matched Majella Wines. Plus listen to guest speakers from regional wineries and visitor attractions and support the region’s home grown heroes. The event promises a relaxed and indulgent evening with dazzling local fare!



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