Not long ago, we introduced you to this Barossa hidden gem, Hart of the Barossa, featuring a rustic and homely escape from the busyness of life, intimate long lunches, and classic wine country views.
With their cellar door only open Friday and Saturday from 11am to 4pm, the window to visit this little slice of heaven is small, but worth it.
The wine alone, made from the oldest certified organic vineyard in the Barossa, is reason enough to visit — but if you’re after a little more, we think you’ll like the sound of their long lunches!
Held only on the second Friday of each month, and selling out in advance almost every time, this leisurely long lunch is the epitome of Barossa hospitality, intimate and indulgent.
Hosted by vintners, Michael and Alisa Hart, you get to enjoy a hand-picked selection of rare Museum and vintage wines, perfectly paired with seasonal produce, skilfully crafted by their renowned Barossan chef.
Along with Hart of the Barossa’s full range of wines, guests of the May luncheon will be the first to taste their new vintage reds, including a flagship Old Vine Shiraz, with only one barrel produced each vintage from the vines planted in 1902.
You can book individual seats or the whole table, with only 14 seats per luncheon, so whether you’re organising a corporate event, a get together with wine-loving friends, or introducing interstate folk to a quintessentially South Australian experience, then put this long lunch on the to-do list.
Seats are $150 per head and to book, contact Alisa Hart on 0412 586 006 or [email protected]
You can stay for lunch or extend your stay and linger for the weekend — your wonderful hosts, the Harts, are only too happy to assist with transportation and accommodation options, just say the word.
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