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Barossa Gourmet Weekend 2016: Ageing Gracefully @ Liebichwein

Back vintage red wines & museum fortified barrels

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Do yourself a favour and plan to visit Barossa on the first weekend of September for Gourmet festivities.

Chief winemaker Ron Liebich has turned 70 this year. With over 45 Barossa vintages under his belt we decided to share some special wines from his past vintages on Father’s Day. Don’t miss this chance to taste rare wines from our personal cellar!

Wine tasting flights include Retrospective Reds (vintage 2000-2004 Darkie Shiraz, Lofty Cab, Potter’s Merlot) and Forgotten Fortifieds (different grape varieties, some over 20 years old). Wines also available by the glass and bottle. Wine flights are served with savoury or sweet food prepared by local chef Leon. All food is inspired from old Barossa cookbooks like Grandma used to make. Tea and coffee supplied by Hot and Frothy Coffee van. Families will enjoy vintage games and “port” for kids. To top it off we’re spinning classic tunes from Ron’s heyday.

We are looking forward to sharing some blasts from the past. A delightful way to spend a day in the Barossa!

Savoury Food Platter
Pork and Rabbit Brawn, Lamb kibbi, Beef Pepper and Port Sausage Roll

Sweet Food Platter
Quark Cheesecake, Chocolate and muscat Brownie, Raisin Clafoutis

LIMITED TICKETS
Please pre-book tickets for tasting flights and food for catering purposes.
Museum wines available by the glass.
Taste Very Old Rare Tawny.
Kids can enjoy yummy food, “port for kids” and vintage games.

WHEN:            Sunday 4 September 2016 12pm – 4pm

TICKETS:       $39.50 includes a wine flight matched with food

WHERE:         151 Steingarten Road, Rowland Flat

Buy Tickets Here

 

All ticket holders enter the prize draw to win a Red Magnum or Rare Tawny bottle.

 

Check out other events happening that weekend September 2-4

Barossa Gourmet Weekend 2016

 

 

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