Adelaide’s first Edible Garden Trail will be staged online this month, with an innovative series of videos taking viewers behind the scenes of six local urban food gardens that aim to inspire and educate.
The end of the 2021 vintage is approaching, and with it comes the biannual Barossa Vintage Festival. We’ve found five events showcasing the best the region has to offer.
In The Takeaway Somm, CityMag asks an Adelaide sommelier to pair wine with the most-ordered item on the delivery app of their choice. In the first edition, The Fruitful Pursuit’s Tyler Grace Austin pairs wine to a lunchtime staple (and hangover cure).
There is no such thing as a bad dumpling.
Created by Barossa Valley Brewing founder Denham D’Silva, Agora Gourmet is a loyalty app that leverages South Australia’s love of local producers by rewarding consumers for publicly supporting their favourite brands.
You are what you eat, so fill your kitchen with freshness and flavour with this hearty, healthy, tasty roast chook.
Wine reviewer Tony Love travels to the tiny Barossa hamlet of Marananga, where you can eat, drink and explore some of South Australia’s finest food and wines.
The family behind Hindley Street’s Woolshed nightclub has taken up the lease of The Hahndorf Old Mill Hotel to give it a much-needed renovation, catering to a younger demographic they say has been overlooked in the Adelaide Hills.
In addition to the international reputation of its wines, Banrock Station is also known for the significant effort it has put into conserving the ecosystem of the beautiful wetlands surrounding its Riverland cellar door.
Café, providore and day-drinking establishment Lockwood General has opened in Burnside, with an “elegant but approachable” brunch menu executed by co-owner Adam Robinson