Mastery Studio - Where the Wild Things Are

In Barossa, we know mastery takes many forms. Our community of artisan food producers, generations of grape growers and well-heeled winemakers are constantly driven to improve their crafts. Join our local food and wine heroes at The Barossa Cellar, learning their methods and skills for creating delicious, share-worthy dishes with wines to match, and a sit-down lunch to follow.

Master chef and pastry artisan William Wood and trail-blazing winemaker Pete Schell have one thing in common – they know where their food comes from because they caught it themselves. A masterclass and lunch celebrating the hunter, where hare is the hero, these gents will bring their providore of food they’ve gathered throughout the year. You’ll learn what to do with wild caught game, how to dress your catch, make a delicious hare pie, safely select, and use ingredients like wild mushrooms, garlic, fennel seed, and pickled quince. Lunch will be a plentiful spread worthy of the hunter alongside the untamed and flavoursome Spinifex Wines.

The menu, though paddock to plate, is a reflection of William’s training, bringing together refined French cooking (he trained in 3-star Michelin restaurants) and his artisan pastry alongside gathered Barossa produce and hero ingredients. Naturally, Spinifex wines made by fellow Francophile and craftsman Pete Schell are the perfect foil to a generous lunch of nature’s provisions and spoils of the hunt.


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991 Stockwell Road

Vine Vale

Sunday 28 August 2022
10:00

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Acknowledgement of Country —

The Barossa is located on the traditional lands of the Ngadjuri, Peramangk and Kaurna people