Tipples and tunes is a familiar pairing, as everyone that's been to a music festival or a jazz bar knows; however the combination doesn't get much swankier than this. At Vino & Violins, you'll tuck into a four-course meal, drink matched wines and listen to the classical stylings of musicians from the Australian Chamber Orchestra.
Taking place at The Bridge Room from 6pm on Thursday, October 18, the event is hosted by Barossa winery Peter Lehmann — so expect the vineyard's wines, plus dinner whipped up by chef Ross Lusted. You'll find out just what will be served on the night, but it will start with canapés.
Wine expert Malcolm Stopp will be MCing proceedings, while ACO violinists Aiko Goto and Thibaud will be providing the live soundtrack. Actually, the musicians will be doing more than that. Rather, they'll be playing pieces specifically chosen to reflect the vino, playing with characteristics such as flavour, body and style.
Tickets cost $90 for what promises to be a sensory meal.