Adelaide Hills Slow Food Trail
Sun 5th May 2024 at 9:45 AM
This artisan food trail experience in the beautiful Adelaide Hills will visit four local producers who share the Slow Food movement's ethos. Hear their stories, see their farms and taste their seasonal fare. Guests will also have the chance to learn about the global Slow Food movement and its vital connection to our land and producers.
A comfortable Kanga coach will collect guests from Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga in central Adelaide and drive to the day’s four locations. Morning tea at Paracombe Premium Perry is included and a shared three-course lunch with stunning views awaits at Tilbrook Estate, the day’s final producer. A journey of love and passion for wine and the environment, owners James and Annabelle Tilbrook’s story is one of resilience, having completely rebuilt after the devastating Cudlee Creek bushfire in late 2019. Their award-winning chef Enrico Sgarbossa is renowned for his stone-baked pizzas made with traditional methods and local ingredients.
This Tasting Australia 2024 event ties in with an important project the Slow Food committee is working on. Slow Food South Australia is soon to launch Slow Food International’s Snail of Approval recognition program, which inspires producers, food artisans, farmers, growers, chefs and restaurant/café owners to use and embrace the Slow Food values of good, clean and fair food from our regions.
For more information on Slow Food South Australia, a not-for-profit organisation with Cheong Liew as its patron, please visit slowfoodsouthaustralia.com.au.
- Food: morning tea and a shared three-course lunch including snacks, gourmet pizzas and sides
- Beverages: coffee/tea (with morning tea) and one glass of wine/soft drink at lunch. Other beverages are to be paid for by guests.
- Additional items: return coach transfers
This event can cater to vegetarian and vegan dietary requirements. For any other requirements please contact the event organiser prior to purchasing.
From $185 to $185