Imagine a 4 Course Progressive Lunch, with each course being served at a different cellar door. Each course highlights artisan cheeses & local produce in the wine appreciation context with all foods tailored to match a different highlighted wine style at each cellar door. The four course meal highlights over 30 different local food products, all working together to increase your wine tourism appreciation experience in a progressive fashion.
Leconfield Home of Richard Hamilton wines is the first stop for the day with an appetiser of pecans, brazil nuts, milds goats curd and matching with a dry white wine.
Wirra Wirra Nestled amongst magnificent gums where we enjoy an entree consisting of a rich buttery gouda cheese, a range of vegetable antipastos, smoked Atlantic Salmon and pesto complemented by a full bodied white.
Woodstock Winery A family owned winery producing the best flavours in generous, value wines, is our stop for the main course working with a fine tannic red, offering smoked meats, Southern Vales olives, pate and quince pastes.
Pirramimma Winery is one of the oldest family-owned wineries in McLaren Vale producing premium red and white wines. This is our last winery stop for the day for a dessert platter of blue cheese chocolate biscuits and candied fruits next to a soft black fruits Red.
On our way back we will visit Medlow Chocolates and The Almond Train
NOTE: The 2013 - 2014 season rates are valid from the 1st April 2013 to the 31st March 2014. The 2014 - 2015 season rates commence on the 1st April 2014.
BOOKED DATE: Saturday 10 December 2011
"i. How did you find the experience overall? Overall we found the experience to be insightful, well organized & relaxed.
ii. How was the communication before the experience? Quite minimal.
iii. How well did the experience match the original description on the Australian Explorer website? Can't remember the original description, but I don't feel disappointed or let down.
iv. On your experience did you feel like a valued customer?
Yes! Hanna was really lovely, providing her own take on the region and how we should experience a tasting session. She was knowledgable about the wines the region and the Adelaide city.
v. Would you recommend this experience to others? Definitely!
vi. Additional Feedback: The only thing I would have liked to hear more about was the food provided for the platters. The food itself was exceptional & I would have liked to know where I could have got some of the produce from. Thank you for a pleasant memory!"