A micro-winery in the Barossa Valley is hosting a rather dark celebration over two nights for Winter Solstice this June.
Timed with the launch of their Red Art Amplify Shiraz, Rojomoma Wines, in their rustic winery, will be hosting an indulgent night, featuring fare described simply as dark food in a three-course dinner and entertainment from members of the Adelaide and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra.
Winter Solstice at Rojomoma Wines will feature fresh local produce and succulent grilled meats from Barossa Farms. This single vineyard winery has produced the highly acclaimed Red Art range and during their winter solstice dinner, the rare Amplify Shiraz will be offered. Valued at $395 a bottle, trying it on the night will certainly be a treat!
To cap off this night, there’ll also be an intimate string quartet performance to highlight the dark mood. Alongside the dinner will be a mini concert of modern and classical pieces by members of the Adelaide and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras. Members such as the MSO’s first violin, Ji Won Kim, Carolyn Lam, Caleb Wright and Thomas Martin.
The Winter Solstice At Rojomoma is happening on two nights, and there are only 40 seats per night. On 21 and 22 of June starting at 6.30pm, tickets cost $155 per person and they’re all inclusive food, wine and music performance.
To reserve your seat, email Bernie at [email protected]
Rojomoma Wines can be found at 16 Sturt Rd, Nuriootpa, 5353, South Australia.