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Celebrating La Dolce Vita

JOSEPH Olive Harvest Lunch

Date: Sat, 09/06/2018 - Sun, 10/06/2018
Time 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Venue: Primo Estate Cellar Door, McMurtrie Road, McLaren Vale, SA 5171
Phone: 08 8323 6800
Email: cellardoor@primoestate.com.au

Saturday 9th June - SOLD OUT - to be added to the waiting list call 08 8323 6800
Sunday 10th June - SOLD OUT - to be added to the waiting list call 08 8323 6800

Join us for a traditional Italian celebration of the new season's extra virgin olive oil, fresh from the press! A true gourmet indulgence as we pour a selection of our wines, perfectly paired with olive oil rich Italian cuisine.

Menu

NV Primo Secco Sparkling White
Warm Marinated Olives
CROSTINI
Jerusalem Artichoke, Smoked Duck, Nuduja

2017 JOSEPH d'Elena Pinot Grigio
SARDINA FRITTA
Pecorino Herb Crumbed Port Lincoln Sardines, Winter Leaves, Grains, Blood Orange, Pickled Fleurieu Squid, Aioli

2017 Primo Estate Shale Stone Shiraz
2016 Primo Estate Zamberlan Cabernet Sangiovese

AGNELLO
Wood Roasted Hay Valley Lamb Loin, Paper Shell Almond Pearl Pea Purée, Green Olive Caponata, Rapini

2017 Primo Estate Il Briccone Shiraz Sangiovese
FORMAGGIO E DOLCE
Local and Imported Cheeses, Fig and Fennel Bread, Merlesco Poached Quince
Lemon, Vincotto Tartlets

 

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What the critics say

'I enjoy Primo Estate's offerings as they are innovative, singular, flavourful, complex wines. These creatively made efforts must be admired for their individuality as much as their bold flavours and personality.'

Robert Parker, The Wine Advocate