Aussie Wine Month May 2017


Now in its sixth year, Aussie Wine Month (1-31 May) celebrates the world-class wine produced in our own backyard.

A range of events and promotions are held for wine lovers in cities and regional towns across the country to showcase and champion the diversity and premium quality of Australian wine.

With thousands of wineries dotted throughout 65 wine regions in the country, there’s lots to discover about Australian wine during Aussie Wine Month – check out the website for more details.

2-Course Lunch2 Glasses of BaringbahHunter Valley, NSW$49

Join us and raise a glass to Australian wine community as Nanna Kerr’s Kitchen celebrates Baringbah Wines. Baringbah wines are made with fruit grown on the same site as Nanna Kerr’s Kitchen.

Baringbah Wines was launched in 2015 as is home to some of the most fertile vineyards in the Hunter Valley. The vines originally owned by the Drayton family are now looked after by Tyrells. The label features Chardonnay, Semillon, Verdelho and Shiraz Cabernet and all are drinking well.

For Aussie Wine Month the classically trained Head Chef will be pairing an entree and main course with two 100ml glasses of Baringbah everyday from midday until 5.30pm for just $49. All dietary requirements catered for.

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