A slice of regional Australia on Sydney’s spectacular harbourside headland
- Taste Orange @ Barangaroo returns to Sydney Harbour
- Cool climate wine, food and tourism from the Orange region takes centre stage
- Local and regional food stalls
October 19 2017, Orange NSW: Taste Orange @ Barangaroo
Taste Orange, the showcase of cool climate wine, food and tourism, returns to Sydney’s Barangaroo Reserve on Sunday 26 November. More than 20 stallholders will set up harbourside cellar doors and food stalls on Stargazer Lawn from 11am to 5pm.
Proudly sponsored by Orange Region Tourism in partnership with Barangaroo Delivery Authority as venue partner and Margot Natoli Project Management as co-producer, Taste Orange @ Barangaroo is a day of cool climate wine tasting, sampling the region’s local produce and exploring the cultural and tourism opportunities the Central NSW region offers. The event aims to bring a slice of regional Australia to life for Sydney residents and visitors and to continue to build on the Orange region’s reputation as a premium wine, food and tourism destination.
Wineries showcasing their vintages at Taste Orange @ Barangaroo include See Saw Wines, Cumulus Estate, Logan Wines, Ross Hill Wines and Cargo Road. The Visit Orange team will also be present to provide tourism information on the region.
A host of restaurants and providores, both from the Orange region and Sydney, will be setting up stalls at Barangaroo. These include Wild Sage, Anason, Jimmy Liks, Bel & Brio, Serendipity Ice Cream, Franklin Road Kitchen, Greentrees Gourmet Preserves and Second Mouse Cheese Co.
Visitors to Taste Orange @ Barangaroo will also have the opportunity to explore food prepared with indigenous ingredients by local Wiradjuri food companies. Indigenous Cultural Adventures Bush Tucka will be serving kangaroo sliders while DreamtimeTuka will be serving sweet treats featuring native ingredients such as lemon myrtle coconut slice, wattle seed choc chip biscuits and bush plum crumble slice. A cultural weaving group will also be in attendance showcasing weaving and selling baskets.
“Taste Orange @ Barangaroo gives Sydneysiders a taste of what’s on offer in Orange to tempt them to take the scenic 3.5 hour trip over the Blue Mountains to experience the region for themselves. Every week is food and wine week in Orange, and with four very distinct seasons it’s always a great time to visit,” says Rhonda Sear, Chief Executive, Brand Orange.
A special offer pre-purchase wine tasting pack is also available online on the Taste Orange @ Barangaroo website so visitors can jump straight into their Orange wine-tasting adventure on arrival. The pack is $40 (incl. GST) for 10 wine-tasting tickets and a free souvenir wine glass, and can be collected on the day from the Visit Orange stall.
Entry to Taste Orange @ Barangaroo is free. Visitors can purchase food and wine tastings at the event, as well as wine glasses for tastings. Wine Tastings are $4 for half glass (60ml) or $8 for a full glass (120 ml), with wine glasses available for purchase from wine stallholders for $5 each.
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Parking under Barangaroo Reserve (off Towns Place)
$12 flat rate on weekends
Taste Orange @ Lane Cove on Sunday, November 5 www.tasteorangebarangaroo.com.au