Soak up your Barossa Valley wine and the last of the newly autumn sun at this season’s final Vino and Views event.
With a spectacular view of a sunset over the Barossa ranges, a dinner of local produce, and a glass (or bottle) of wine, guests can relax into autumn.
Hosted by Barossa winery Pindarie, the food, wine, live music, and sunset-focused event has happened every second summer month since 2019, and the upcoming event on March 19 will be this season’s last.
Guests are offered an array of meals while they wine and dine under the sunset, with the upcoming event’s offerings including a trio of sliders. There will be a pulled pork slider with apple, a pulled lamb slider with Barossa shiraz sauce, and a pulled chicken slider with garlic aoili. All of the meats come from Lyndoch Find Foods, a local Barossa Valley butcher.
As indicated by the title, one of the night’s crucial elements is, of course, the vino.
The event takes place at Pindarie’s cellar door, so much of the event of course revolves around the Barossa winery’s wine. They specialise in reds, and have a Mediterranean flare to their wines, such as their delightful-sounding tempranillo and sangiovese offerings. Rosé and riesling are also on offer.
“The best part is that people are drinking the wine while staring at the vineyard where it’s grown,” says Stuart Moffatt, Pindarie’s cellar door and tourism manager.
Event-goers can drink and dine the night away while listening to acoustic tunes from South Australian musicians, such as Sam Britain and Brad Bryksy.
“It’s a night of local bands, local produce, and relaxing tunes,” Moffatt says.
The event, which lets around 100 people through the door, is $10 admission and usually sells out.