The inaugural Taste Orange @ Barangaroo cool climate wine, food, cultural and tourism showcase event occurred at Nawi Cove, Barangaroo Reserve on Sunday 20 November 2016.
This new outdoor food and wine festival brought the best of the countryside to Sydney Harbour. The wines are grown in the cool climate and high altitude landscape of the central New South Wales town of Orange.
There was over 20 stallholders by Sydney’s spectacular new harbourside headland, including wines from Boree Lane Wines, Dindima Wines, Gilbert by Simon Gilbert, Heifer Station, Highland Heritage Estate, Logan Wines, Philip Shaw Wines, Ross Hill Wines, Slow Wine Co. and Tamburlaine Organic Wines.
For those seeking a non-alcoholic drink, there’ was an number of options at the Milla Cordial stall, featuring Australian bush ingredient flavoured and all-natural cordials and sparkling tonics.
There was also gourmet food from Indigenous Adventures Bush Tucka, El-Phoenician, Jimmy Liks, Oysters Unplugged, Serendipity Icecream, and Sofrito Paella. All the food stallholders used produce and ingredients sourced from the Orange region.
Taste of Orange @ Barangaroo was a fantastic Sunday afternoon of wine and food by the harbour.
For more information, go to: www.tasteorangebarangaroo.com.