We’ve just heard from our good friends at Rymill Estate about a remarkable South Australian culinary experience. This is an opportunity to learn, gather, pick and forage and then create an unforgettable lunch. This is for true food lovers who care about about the origins of their food. Rymill’s tailored foraging experience packages take you from the farm gate and beyond to source fresh produce with Tom Tilbury of Gather Food and Wine.
Your weekend of indulgence begins on Friday night when you’re collected via luxury car from Mount Gambier Airport and whisked off to your deluxe beachside accommodation in Robe. There will be light dinner and some delectable Rymill Coonawarra wines to enjoy over the weekend.
Saturday morning starts with foraging along the rugged coastline of Robe with Tom Tilbury from Gather Food and Wine. Your mission? To explore and discover the wealth of coastal local delicacies. Then it’s time to bring all your fresh produce back to the kitchen and learn how to combine your ingredients into lunch. The result is a three-course feast … all paired with delicious Rymill Coonawarra wines.
After your long lunch there’s time to explore more of the picturesque township of Robe.
On Sunday morning you’ll arrive at Rymill Winery at Coonawarra where you can discover why Coonawarra Cabernet is among the best in the world. The day features a behind the scenes winery tour, private tasting and lunch.
The Coastal Foraging Experience is for a maximum of 10 people only.
Package includes: All travel whilst in the region | 2 nights’ accommodation in a luxury apartment | Dinner on Friday night, lunch on Saturday & Sunday
Date: Friday 6th-Sunday 8th May 2016.
There’s also a one-day Inland Foraging Experience with Tom Tilbury on Saturday, August 27th.
Rymill’s tailored foraging experience packages take you from the farm gate and beyond to source fresh produce with Tom Tilbury of Gather Food and Wine.
For more information on all the 2016 Rymill Experiences from Caves and Cabernet in the heart of the Limestone Coast to Maturation and Mayura at Rymill’s cellar door: http://rymill.com.au