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Upcoming food and drink happenings in South Australia, including Chinese and Vietnamese New Year celebrations, Friday wine time on the Riverbank, 15 Shades of Rosé at 2KW, and Feast and Beats at Serafino.

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Chinese New Year at Rosemont Hall – February 16

There’s no better way to celebrate another Lunar New Year than with an eight-course degustation, and Rosemont Hall, the Prospect Road venue fed by Chinese kitchen Mr Chan, is providing just that. For $75, patrons will receive a glass of Grey-Smith wine (or a mocktail of your choice) on arrival, before being taken through a menu that starts with sashimi and cheeseburger spring rolls and only gets better. DJs will be spinning vinyl all throughout the night, and the hall will be decked out in all the trimmings. To book, call 8420 0999.

Fridays at 5 at Home Ground – February 16 and 23

To count down the weeks before the return of Cellar Door Fest in 2018, the event’s organisers are holding a series of Friday knock-off gatherings at Home Ground on the Riverbank Promenade, where a spotlight will be shone on two chosen producers. Salena Estate and Alpha Box and Dice are up this week, with two hours of complimentary tastings from 5pm until 7pm. For more information, see here.

Feast and Beats at Serafino – February 16

The finale of the Feast and Beats series happening at Serafino Wines is upon us, with one last party happening this Friday. There will be a selection of local food trucks, vino from Serafino, and DJs providing the beats. The event will run from 5pm until 9pm. For more information, see the event page.

Chinese New Year at Mrs Q – February 17

The Lunar New Year is upon us, so celebrate with Mrs Q on Gouger Street. The restaurant is offering diners a set menu for $60 per person, or $95 per person with matching wine, provided in collaboration with 1847 Winery. For more information, including a peek at the menu, see the event page.

Vietnamese New Year with NNQ – February 17

The NNQ family invites you to celebrate the Vietnamese New Year at its most recent opening, 3rd by NNQ, located at 1 King William Street. The kitchen will stay open right up until midnight, you can grab $5 Vietnamese beer all night, win prizes in the lucky red pocket draw, and dive into a big bowl of pho. Vietnamese New Year done, right? For more information, see here.

15 Shades of Rosé – February 17

This afternoon event at 2KW Bar and Restaurant will give guests an understanding of the different red grapes used to make rosé and how they affect the wine’s flavour. There will be an opportunity to taste rosé from South Australia, Victoria and NSW, as well as Italy, France and Spain, with the wines accompanied by “food of a Mediterranean influence”. Tickets for 15 Shades of Rosé are $99.

Seven Deadly Gins: Applewood Gin tasting – February 23

CBD bar Thrift Shop will host Applewood Distillery for a tasting event showcasing the Gumeracha distillery’s limited-edition Seven Deadly Gins. Tickets are $60 per person and along with the spirits, punters will be treated to antipasto and cheeseboards, and live music from local gypsy jazz band Monsieur Swing. For more information, see the event page.

Trash Tiki at Maybe Mae – February 23

Minimal waste, maximum taste is the slogan of travelling “anti-waste punk pop-up” Trash Tiki. Bartenders Kelsey Ramage and Iain Griffiths will stop by Maybe Mae and demonstrate how easily sustainable practices can be brought into the hospitality world, by making good use of “would-be waste ingredients, stuff from kitchens, bars, coffee shops, and commercial business”. Those attending will be treated to a selection of four cocktails paired with small dishes, prepared by the Shōbōsho kitchen. Tickets are $87.41 per person, and available here.

The Duke of Brunswick’s 160th Birthday – February 23

Celebrating its 160th birthday this year is the Duke of Brunswick on Gilbert Street. For the momentous milestone, the venue will kick off what will hopefully become an annual tradition – The 1858 Dinner. In this inaugural event, happening on February 23 from 6.30pm, it will serve a three-course meal paired with wine in an environment harking back to the pub’s 19th-century origins. Tickets are $174 per person and can be purchased here.

Meet the Maker: Poppy the Frenchie – February 24

Goodwood wine bar Two Sisters Food and Wine is giving fans of wine label Poppy the Frenchie the chance to meet the makers behind the drop. The event will see the mum-and-daughter duo, whose 2017 Grenache Rosé recently placed in the Hot 100 Wines, chat about their process and offer a free tasting. It kicks off at 4pm. For more information, see the event page.

Dining with Spirits – February 27

Dining with Spirits offers an insight into the art of whisky paring. The event will be hosted at Red October, the sister restaurant to one of Adelaide’s broadest whisky collections, downstairs bar Suzie Wong. For more information and to purchase tickets, see here.

Post Dining Bite Sized – March 1-4

Post Dining, the much-loved experimental food curators, will host a bite-sized event this Fringe, in which native flavours will be paired with curated sounds at Raj House Fringe hub “Rajopolis”. It promises to be “another immersive experience you won’t forget”. For tickets and further information, see here.

Cellar Door Fest 2018 – March 2-4

Cellar Door Fest is back and bringing another roster of South Australian producers from across the state to the Adelaide Convention Centre. Over the three days, there will be masterclasses, DIY workshops, long-table lunches and dinners, plus a bunch of local producers to meet, chat to, sample from, and support via your wallet. For more information, see the event page.

Long Lunches on the Palais – March 4-12

The Adelaide Festival is presenting a second series of long, lazy lunches aboard the Riverbank Palais across five dates from March 4 to 12. Curated by Gill Minervini (Dark MOFO Winter Feast), the 2018 program features guest chefs O Tama Carey, Jared Ingersoll, Alex Herbert, Jordan Theodoros and Janet Jeffs (you can read more about them on the festival program here). The cost is $169 for a long-table meal which explores SA’s food heritage and also provides an insight into each chef’s food story; matched wine by Penfolds and beer by Coopers will be available for purchase.

Cheese-A-Holics Cheese Festival – March 17

This twilight festival at the old Mitsubishi plant in Tonsley will feature cheeses from a range of SA producers including Woodside Cheese Wrights, B.-d. Farm Paris Creek, Barossa Cheese Company and, of course, Cheese-A-Holics. There will also be food stalls, drinks and other gourmet goodies. It’s a ticketed event; check the Facebook page for details.

St Patrick’s Day at 55ml – March 17

Gouger-adjacent red-brick small bar 55ml will be taking over Mill Street for a celebratory St Patrick’s Day event. Café Troppo will provide the eats, a roster of musicians will provide Irish tunes, and Guinness will flow from behind the bar. Best St Patrick’s Day dress will win a bottle of Jamieson’s. The event is free; for more information see the event page.

East End Wine Down – March 24

The East End Wine Down is back for its 15th year in 2018, and with it comes a collection of 100 South Australian wines to try, as well as street food and DJs setting the mood all afternoon. Among the 50 wineries will be a contingency of “minimum interventionists, the eccentric and the rebels”, as well as a roster of beer, cider and spirits. The event will run from 12pm until 5pm on Saturday, March 24. Tickets can be purchased here.

The Festival at Basket Range – April 7

Celebrate another harvest season with a batch of the Adelaide Hills’ most interesting and eclectic winemakers at The Festival at Basket Range. Many of the producers from the 2017 event at Basket Range Oval will be in tow, along with some newcomers. There will be live music, great food, interactive activities for the kids, and very good wine. For more information, keep an eye on the event page.

Tasting Australia – April 13-22

A gin bar in the Town Square at last year’s Tasting Australia.

The program for this year’s Tasting Australia features more than 140 events across 10 days in April, including workshops, master-classes, degustation dinners, foraging adventures and underground feasts. The festival will open with a Surrealist Ball at the new d’Arenberg Cube in McLaren Vale, with other special events this year including “Tasting Australia Airlines” – a full-day luxury experience to SA culinary regions such as Kangaroo Island, Coffin Bay and the Limestone Coast – and the inaugural TA National Spirit Awards (more about that here). See the full program online.

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