Casa Carboni, which translates to “our home”, is an Italian Cooking School & Enoteca in the beautiful town of Angaston in South Australia’s Barossa Valley, just under an hours drive from Adelaide’s CBD.
Established in 2012 by Italian chef Matteo Carboni and his Australian wife Fiona, after migrating to Australia from Emilia Romagna in northern Italy in 2011.
Matteo offers a calendar of weekly cooking classes featuring the best seasonal Barossa produce to create authentic regional Italian dishes. All classes include coffee, tuition, four-course lunch, glass of wine and recipes.
The Enoteca is open to the public for coffee, house made treats, lunches Thursday to Sunday and dinner on Friday nights.
Matteo prepares a limited daily menu with a focus on fresh pasta using local produce, such as ravioli filled with Barossa Valley Cheese Company goats curd & swiss chard, tossed in Paris Creek butter, fresh sage and Parmigiano Reggiano cheese, a beautiful Barossan twist on a traditional dish from his homeland.
The Enoteca also offers beautiful homewares and gifts made in Australia and Europe, artisan made pantry goods & European wines hand selected by the Carboni family during their travels back to Italy each year.
9am to 3pm Thursday to Sunday 6.30pm till late Friday (bookings essential)
Acknowledgement of Country —
The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people