Italian alpine winemakers Arpepe are taking over 2KW for a Lombardy food and wine party, featuring a menu designed by Barossan Italian cooking school Casa Carboni.
The publisher of a hard-cover book showcasing the ‘faces and food’ of the Fleurieu Peninsula is now set to release a second book sharing the stories behind 50 of the region’s winemakers, craft brewers and distillers.
As Herringbone approaches 12 months in business, the Halifax Street restaurant is finding its niche among fans and friends of the wine industry.
The cellar doors of today are more than simple tasting bars. The SALIFE team has selected their pick of SA wineries that offer an authentic experience from grape to glass.
In Coates Wines’ 2019 Winter Reds event, chef Bec Stubbs is showcasing the best of Kuitpo food and wine in a paired five-course locavore long-table lunch.
In the first edition of Liinaa Berry’s Somm Battle, the wine director is pitching her favourite Austrian natural wines against Jay Marinis’ favourite Australian living wines. Only the most delicious will prevail.
Former Sydney chef Nathan Sasi has found his dream venue in a long and narrow space on Leigh Street, where he plans to open the “go-to place for natural wine”.
The Barossa Valley’s latest attraction combines chocolate and wine in a sprawling new $5.5 million venue that takes inspiration from experiences offered in some of the world’s sweetest destinations.
The former home of Little Bang Brewing in Stepney has been transformed for its relaunch as Ferg’s cellar door and winery.
After extensive remodelling and refurbishing, McLaren Vale’s Maxwell Restaurant and cellar door is now also offering a range of fresh dining experiences – from casual and degustation menus, to a mead flight paired with decadent sweet bites.