Win ‘A seat at our table’

IF you enjoy fine dining, amazing produce and mystery then Destination Riverland and Riverland Wine’s Tasting Australia ‘secret’ dinner on Saturday, May 6, is perfect for you.
A lucky reader will have the opportunity to win two tickets valued at $340 to the ‘A seat at our table’ dinner at a secret location.
All you have to do is send the Pioneer a photo of How you enjoy Riverland produce to or message it to the Pioneer’s Facebook page.
The photo will then be judged on how the picture captures what the Riverland is all about.
Entrants have until 6pm on Monday, May 1, with the winner notified via phone the next day.
The winner will officially be announced in the Pioneer’s Friday edition leading up to the event.
The dinner is part of Tasting Australia’s eight-day event which promotes all things local produce.
A group of local chefs will deliver an extravagant five-course meal to remember, paired with the “finest” of Riverland beverages on the banks of the “magnificent” Murray River.
The location of the event will remain a secret until the night, with all attendees transported by bus from Riverland towns.
Local woman and national award winning singer-songwriter Kelly Menhennett will provide entertainment, while attendees enjoy a taste of the Riverland.
“We are inviting anyone who is interested in premium food and wine to come along to ‘A seat at our table’, as it really will be a unique occasion,” said Caroline Phillips, Destination Riverland general manager.
“It is a great opportunity to get a group of friends together and experience something different in the Riverland under the stars.
“‘A seat at our table’ will allow you to be fully immersed in exceptional food and wine at one of the most spectacular river-side locations in the region, not normally accessible to the general public.
“The Riverland is fast emerging as a must-visit destination for lovers of not only wine, but wine alternatives.
“This event showcases our alternate wine varietals plus our local craft beer, spirits and coolers.”
The iconic food and wine festival is led by patron and Barossa legend Maggie Beer, creative director Simon Bryant (The Cook and The Chef) and creative curator Jock Zonfrillo (Restaurant Orana, Adelaide).
Mr Byrant said regional Australia had a rich display of local produce to offer.
“The city is just the start (of Tasting Australia), so get out to our regions, visit a farm and meet the producer, enjoy a wine masterclass or personalised tasting with the winemaker, harvest olives, make sausages or discover a regional gem,” he said.
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