Saturday 4th February
11:30am - 1:00pm
$155 + booking fee (includes General Admission)

Hosts:  Chef Gavin Robertson; Daniel Motlop, Seven Seasons; Brendan Carter, Unico Zelo

Journey through Australia’s native flavours at this inspiring long table dining experience. Hosted by globally-experienced and innovative Chef, Gavin Robertson, Indigenous food entrepreneur and founder of Seven Seasons spirits, Daniel Motlop, and Unico Zelo winemaker, Brendan Carter, you’ll be treated to an exclusive four-course menu filled with Australian native foods and botanicals.

From Green Ant Gin sorbet to lemon myrtle, pickled karkalla, Davidson plum and more, awaken your senses with a range of native flavours and textures, with each course paired with a specialty drink from Seven Seasons or Unico Zelo.

Chef Gavin will guide you through the menu, sharing his love of traditional native ingredients and how they have been incorporated into the menu to celebrate one of the world’s oldest cultures.

Daniel Motlop will introduce the Seven Seasons story, including how they are using what is bountiful in nature to create some of the world’s oldest new flavours, and how the Larrakia people sustainably wild harvest native ingredients to showcase their incredible culture.

Brendan Carter will present how Unico Zelo is also committed to showcasing products that embrace Australian native ingredients and pay homage to the Indigenous custodianship who maintained the lands for thousands of years.

Part dining, part discovery, ‘A Taste of Australia’ is a long table experience you don’t want to miss!

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This unique dining experience is an extension of Gavin Robertson’s ‘Honest Goodness’ menu which has seen his team work closely with local First Nation producers & suppliers to source authentic Indigenous recipes & preparation methods, along with an abundance of native fruits & herbs from across Australia.

Tickets to this long table experience include entry to Cellar Door Fest on Saturday, 4 February (Session 1). Please note, the ‘A Taste of Australia – Celebrating Native Flavours’ Lunch begins before festival doors open at 11.30am.

The Long Table dining menus are set menus & unfortunately cannot be altered to accommodate allergies or other preferences.

Cellar Door Fest acknowledges the Kaurna people as the traditional custodians of the Adelaide Plains where we work & gather. We pay our respects to elders past, present and future.