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McLaren Vale Sea & Vines Festival - 8-9 June 2008

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    The McLaren Vale Sea & Vines Festival is happening on the long weekend 8-9 June 2008.

     

    Does anyone fancy meeting up for a bit of a social gathering at one of these wineries?

     

    Website info: http://www.mclarenvale.info/seaandvines/index.html

     

    The participating wineries are:

     

    Bocce Club – Five Fabulous Boutique Wine Labels

    Food by The Clappis Family

    Chalk Hill

    Food by All Fired Up Woodfired Pizza’s

    Clarence Hill / The Tiers Wine Co.

    Food by Patricia’s Restaurant

    Coriole

    Food by Warren Parfoot, Coriole’s Resident Chef

    d’Arenberg

    d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant

    Leconfield, home of Richard Hamilton Wines

    Food by Salopian Inn

    Maxwell Wines

    Food by Mapo Restaurant

    Middlebrook

    Food by Middlebrook

    Parri Estate

    Food by Market 190

    Paxton

    Food by The Victory Hotel Penny’s Hill & Mr. Riggs

    Food by “The Kitchen Door”

    Pertaringa

    Food by Dinky Di Oysters

    Pirramimma

    Food by Red Poles Cafe, Gallery & B&B

    Rosemount

    Food by SpicePod Curries

    Scarpantoni Wines

    Food by Stella Restaurant

    Serafino

    Food by McLarens on the Lake

    Shingleback Wine & Fonthill Wine

    Food by Aldersey Farm Restaurant

    Tapestry Wines

    Food by The Works

    Tatachilla

    Food by Dustin Rodgers – 2007 Fleurieu Peninsula Food Chef of the Year

    Tintara Winery & Dridan Fine Arts

    Food by The Barn

    Wirra Wirra

    Food by Two Brothers Catering

    Woodstock

    Food by Woodstock Coterie

    Maybe if there are a few preferences, I will post a poll to see which one is the most favourable.

     

    :idea:

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    Guest Guest75

    We might if we get chance.

     

    Coriole and Wirra Wirra are always are favourite places to visit:D:D

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    Sounds a great idea, Sas mentioned a winery with great entertainment for kids, sorry not sure which one ?? Hubby maybe working but we will try & show our faces at some point especially if a few go along.

     

    Angela

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    Guest chippie74
    Hey,

     

    If we are free we will try too....i dont eat sea food...but the wine is there!

     

    Dan and Steph

     

     

    hi dan...if you dont eat mexican and dont eat seafood...what do you eat!!! lol

     

    any meet up would be great..count us in

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    Guest Tracijbc

    Ooh, I love Rosemount wine in the UK, but if anyone can point me in the direction of some better stuff now we are here, please do. Put us down for this, sounds like fun.

     

    T x

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    Guest donna T

    Last year the Parri Estate put on quite a bit of childrens entertainment in the form of a bouncy castle, petting pen with a few goats and bunnies etc, and a couple of rides. However, it wasn't free and cost quite a bit to keep the kids on the rides all afternoon. The band was excellent too - The Hairy Lemons.:jiggy:

     

    I think that the Sunday is busier and gets more adult orientated towards the evening with one or two wineries getting quite rowdy;)

     

    Take cash for the food as they didn't take cards and are operated seperate;y from the bar - we ended up with a portion of chips between us as had spent all the cash on the kids rides!!

     

    A great day out though - we will be going back again this year

     

    Donna x

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    Boo hoo boo hoo, Jon is going to Perth that weekend so I'm going to be home alone. Don't think it is cool to go to the Sea & Vines on my own somehow! So I have persuaded hubby to take me around the McLaren Vale wineries this weekend to make up for it.

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