A One-Day Celebration of Barossa Wine and Food Is Coming to Melbourne
Sample more than 140 different tipples from one of Australia's best wine regions.
Sample the very best the Barossa Valley has to offer at a day-long food and wine event in North Melbourne this July.
Billed as a showcase of one of the country's greatest wine regions, Barossa: Be Consumed is being put together by the folks at Bottle Shop Concepts, the same team behind Game of Rhones and Pinot Palooza. More than 40 different wineries are expected to take part, including Sons of Eden, Henschke, and Hentley Farm, showcasing over 140 styles of tipples.
In addition to the boozers — which will include beer, gin and cider from the region, too — a number of food producers will take part, slinging everything from pickles to cured meats to ice cream. They'll also participate in a number of free 'conversation sessions', designed to give punters a new found appreciation for what the region has to offer.
Barossa: Be Consumed will take place on Saturday July 22 at Meat Market, 5 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne. Early bird tickets are $55 and include a Plumm wine glass.
Published on April 29, 2017 by Tom Clift