Langhorne Creek Cellar Treasures – August 15—16
Wineries throughout Langhorne Creek will delve into their cellars for rare and museum wines to taste alongside current vintages. Each cellar door will offer museum wines alongside bespoke experiences. Immerse yourself in the Langhorne Creek region by booking one of the many experiences on offer across the weekend.
Plant Based at Plant 4 – August 15
Plant Based at Plant 4 is an entirely vegan event, featuring plant-based eateries, local craft beer, South Australian wine, spirits and cocktails, a unique selection of handmade shopping stalls, plenty of kids’ activities upstairs and live music. The event will be held at Plant 4 Bowden, running from 5pm to 9pm, with drinks and music until late.
Vietnamese Feast cooking class – August 16
Sticky Rice Cooking School will host a Vietnamese Feast cooking class with chef Yukiko Anschutz teaching participants to prepare dishes such as ground beef kebabs, Vietnamese Shredded coconut chicken, and crispy pancakes with pork and prawns. Tickets are limited. The cooking school will also host a Vegan Adventure class on the night of August 21.
Beer-n-Bones – August 22
Prancing Pony Brewery will host The Grilltop Hoods – a competitive barbecue team and catering service – to cook up a feast for a one-day event called Beer-n-Bones. Head to the Prancing Pony’s Adelaide Hills brewshed between 10am to 10pm for some live music, mouth-watering barbecue food, and beers. All ages are welcome, with some fun activities for the kids.
Wine Dinners return to National Wine Centre – August 26
With a delayed start to the annual series of wine dinners, the National Wine Centre of Australia has announced the return of these culinary experiences for 2020. A Kangaroo Island wine dinner will be held on August 26, where guests will enjoy a four-course set menu created by the centre’s catering team, led by executive chef Steven Clark. The dinner will also feature wine pairings local to Kangaroo Island and hand-selected by head sommelier James Boden.
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