By Sarah Harrison
A taste of the Barossa is hitting Melbourne on July 2 when Stokehouse City presents a sumptuous dinner paired with South Australia’s Torbreck wines.
A generous menu of canapes and four courses, carefully crafted by head chef Ollie Gould, will be matched with Torbreck’s current releases including the iconic and highly anticipated 2012 Runrig shiraz/viognier.
Be one of the first in the country to sample this powerfully rich, full-bodied wine not to mention a 2011 Kyloe Mataro, 2012 Pict Mataro, the 2013 Bothie Frontignac (Muscat de Beaumes de Venise), and many more.
Expect to see dishes featuring flavours from David Blackmore’s bresaola, slow cooked pork cheek, venison tenderloin with celeriac, and a burnt orange custard dessert to seal your waistline fate for the night.
Grab a ticket for $140pp and indulge at the Torbreck Wine Dinner at Stokehouse City, July 2 at 7pm. 9525 5555 to book.