Harvest Festival McLaren Vale 2015
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2015 Festival Program - download here
Relish in the diverse food, wine, music and arts from the Fleurieu region at the fourth annual McLaren Vale Harvest Festival on Saturday 17th January 2015 at the McLaren Vale Oval. Enjoy highlights such as celebrity cooking demonstrations by Cheong Liew, master classes, food and wine stalls, live entertainment with Chris Finnen, and children’s activities.
Touted as one of American Food & Wine magazines ‘Hottest Chefs Alive’, culinary great Cheong Liew will be running cooking demonstrations throughout the afternoon under the Bank SA marquee. An Adelaide local, iconic chef Liew has built his reputation as an innovative genius and a key pioneer in the fusion of Eastern and Western cuisines and can’t wait to demonstrate his passion for the region.
“I’m looking forward to cooking some of Fleurieu Peninsula’s finest ethical and sustainable artisan produce from this fabulous food and wine region,” Liew said.
Local McLaren Vale music legend Chris Finnen combines musical inspiration from across the globe blending Blues, Celtic, African and Indian influences into his unique and captivating style which is guaranteed to blow people away.
“From delta blues to Chicago, from Adelaide to northern Australia via India and Africa, Finnen shows how to be authentic and make it your own… Final word, ELECTRIFYING” – RIP IT UP MAGAZINE
A great variety of foods, wines, beers, and ciders of the Fleurieu will be available to be enjoyed with new experiences to match through Master Classes featuring Wine and Cheese with Matt Koch of Rosemount Estate and Rebekah McCaul of Alexandrina Cheese Co, Beer with Jeff Goodieson of Goodieson Brewery and Olive oil & Olives with Michael Harbsion of Nangkita Oilves. Book your masterclass session now
Winey Kids have partnered with the McLaren Vale Harvest Festival in order to present children’s activities on the day that reflect the food, wine, music and arts of the McLaren Vale region such as Aboriginal storytelling, cookie decorating and kids’ cooking demonstrations.
Action on the day will start at 11am finishing up at 8pm with a gold coin donation entry.
More images of the 2014 event can be viewed here