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Celebrating La Dolce Vita

'Meet The Italians' Long Table Lunch

Date: Sat, 06/04/2019 - Sun, 07/04/2019
Time 12:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Venue: Primo Estate Cellar Door, McMurtrie Road, McLaren Vale 5171
Contact: Lisa Adams
Phone: 08 8323 6800


Enjoy an Italian feast in the heart of McLaren Vale as we celebrate the release of our 2018 Primo & Co 'The Venetian' Garganega and our 2018 McLaren Vale Nero d'Avola. Winemaker Joe Grilli has made 'The Venetian' in the Northern Italian Soave region just outside of Verona, and is convinced the 2018 vintage is a standout year. We'll be pouring this floral, perfumed white alongside a once-off menu prepared by La Dolce Vita Catering using the woodoven in our McLaren Vale courtyard. This will also be the final chance to try our extremely limited new release, the Primo Estate Nero d'Avola. Invite your friends along to enjoy a taste of Italy in the heart of McLaren Vale!

Meet the Venetian Menu


NV Primo Estate Primo Secco


Fried Calzone filled with Taleggio, Spinach and Chickpeas

2018 Primo & Co 'The Venetian' Garganega


Local Seafood cooked with Fregola

2018 Primo Estate Nero d'Avola
2017 Primo Estate 'Zamberlan' Cabernet Sangiovese


Woodfired Greenslade Chicken, Green Olive, Tomato, Cannellini Bean and Polenta

Wood-Oven Roasted Coorong Angus Scotch Fillet, Guanciale, Pangrattato, Salsa Verde

Seasonal Salad

2016 JOSEPH La Magia Botrytis Riesling Traminer


Traditional Neapolitan Easter Cake, Preserved Spiced Stone Fruit

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