Liebichwein are excited to be hosting this intimate indulgent treat as part of the 2015 Barossa Gourmet Weekend. Our event will be similar to last year’s sell out master class.
Be taken on a journey of flavour with four indulgent pairings of desert and classic fortified wines. Ron Liebich will take you behind the scenes of fortified wine – grape varieties, barrel ageing, food matching and most importantly the sensory experience.
Taste exclusive barrel samples and rare wines aged over 25 year.
Event cost is $30 per person, so why not get a group together and book now.
Sunday 16 August 3:00 – 4:30pm
Liebichwein Barrel Shed
Steingarten Road, Rowland Flat
Email your interest to Janet at firstname.lastname@example.org or call direct on 85244543
Seats are strictly limited.
THE TASTING MENU
Classic Semillon – Honeycomb Crème Brûlée with Blood Orange Marmalade
Classic Frontignac – Sticky Walnut Tart with Peach Glaze
Classic Muscat – Dark Chocolate and Apricot Roulade
Grand Tawny – Creamy Chocolate Meringue with Spiced Quince Jelly and Chocolate Glazed Fig
Sunday 17th August 2014
We were excited to be hosting this intimate indulgent treat as part of Barossa Gourmet Weekend. A sell-out crowd were taken behind the scenes of the world of fortified wine covering the grape varieties, barrel ageing, food matching and most importantly the sensory experience.
Guests enjoyed an afternoon master class hosted by Ron Liebich and his daughter Briony.
A series of Grenache-based tawnys of different ages were compared to show how varietal flavours and woody flavours integrate and develop into complex liqueur wines. We tasted Ruby Grenache (1 year old), Classic Old Barossa (10 years), 20th Anniversary Tawny (20 years).
Matching Fortified with Desserts
Briony works as a Sensory Analyst and provided insights into basic taste interactions and why we love sweet flavours. The desserts were prepared by local chef Kate Harbison using as many local ingredients as possible. The desserts inspired by French cuisine as Ron and Janet had the privilege of visiting France this year.
Here are the wines and desserts served as complementary pairings:
Classic Muscat – Apricot Frangipane Tart with Jersey cream
Classic Frontignac – Wine-spiced poached pear with cinnamon quince glaze
Classic Semillon – Crème brulee cheesecake with vanilla-infused orange slice
Grand Tawny – Choux puffs and port-soaked prune creme anglaise with dark chocolate sauce
Thanks to everyone who attended and assisted with this true sweet indulgence!