SUNDAY 20 NOVEMBER 2016
TASTE ORANGE @ BARANGAROO
Join us for our brand new outdoor wine and food festival, where we bring all the best from the countryside direct to spectacular new harbourside headland. Thanks to our partners at Orange City Council, we will be presenting Taste Orange @ Barangaroo for the very first time on Sunday 20 November, from 11am to 5pm at Nawi Cove, Barangaroo Reserve – with 23 wine, food and tourism stalls and live entertainment throughout the day.
Come along to Nawi Cove at Barangaroo Reserve and taste wine and food from Orange region’s finest wineries and producers, cultivated from the cool climate and high altitude landscape that this scenic region boasts. These hand-picked offerings will show you why some of Australia’s best produce comes from the Central New South Wales region.
Parking is available under Barangaroo Reserve for a $12 flat rate on weekends. Find out more here.
We have some of the Orange region’s premium wineries and foodies joining us for the inaugural Taste Orange @ Barangaroo. We will also be joined by
FOOD & TOURISM STALLHOLDERS
Dreamtime Tuka | El-Phoenician | Indigenous Cultural Adventures Bush Tucka | Jimmy Liks | Milla Cordial | Oysters Unplugged | Serendipity Icecream | Sofrito Paella | The Little Hopper Coffee | The Molong Farm | Visit Orange | 1803 Australian Deer
We are very proud to have local Indigenous companies Dreamtime Tuka and Indigenous Cultural Adventures Bush Tucka join us as the cultural food ambassadors of our region. Visitors to Taste Orange @ Barangaroo will have the opportunity to explore gourmet food prepared with native Australian ingredients, such as Lemon Myrtle & Coconut Slice and Bush Plum Crumble Slice as well as bush tucker biscuits from DreamTime Tuka, and kangaroo sliders and pies from Indigenous Cultural Adventures Bush Tucka.
Dreamtime Tuka now supplies its distinctly Australian-flavoured biscuits and slices on all Qantas domestic flights, and local Wiradjuri man Herb Smith is passionate about sharing his wealth of knowledge of the nutritional and gourmet value of Indigenous food, so make sure you stop by and have a yarn. Indigenous Cultural Adventures and Bush Tucka will be launching cultural and native ingredient foraging tours in the Orange region next February, in time for the Banjo Paterson Australian Poetry Festival which will run from 16-26 February 2017.
For a thirst-quenching taste sensation, there’s sure to be a queue at the Milla Cordial stall, featuring Australian bush ingredient flavoured and all-natural cordials and sparkling tonics. Local food stallholders The Molong Farm will be serving pulled pork and apple slaw sliders, as well as homemade fennel & apple sausage rolls – a truly farm to fork experience, with the pork coming straight from the farm. Over at the 1803 Australian Deer stall you can witness their commitment to a nose-to-tail philosophy, with beautiful leather and hand-forged blades made from deer products from the Orange region’s Mandagery Creek Venison Farm.
The Visit Orange team will be present to provide tourism information on the Orange region. Augmenting the local stallholder experience will be Sydney foodies – El-Phoenician, Jimmy Liks, Oysters Unplugged, Serendipity Icecream, and Sofrito Paella – who will all be using produce and ingredients sourced from the Orange region.
All in all making Taste Orange @ Barangaroo a fantastic Sunday afternoon wine and food adventure by the harbour!
The Taste Orange @ Barangaroo event is proudly supported by Orange City Council, as part of its Visit Orange campaign.
With four distinct seasons, more than 80 vineyards, nearly 40 cellar doors and around 50 cafes and restaurants, Orange in the Central West of New South Wales is a wine lover and foodie’s dream destination. Every week is food and wine week in Orange, and it’s always a great time to visit!
For more information on accommodation and things to do and see in Orange, we invite you to take a look at the Visit Orange website.
Sydney’s spectacular new harbourside headland.
Barangaroo is one of the most ambitious urban renewal projects in the world today, embodying world-class design excellence and sustainability. It is one of the world’s foremost waterfront renewal projects and showcases Sydney as Australia’s gateway to the world.
The 22 hectare, $6+ billion Barangaroo precinct will help redefine the western edge of Sydney Harbour and be a lasting legacy for future generations. This landmark location will attract leading global names and reinforce Sydney as the preferred destination for major organisations in the Asia-Pacific. We are creating the best place in the best place in the world, adding a brilliant new dimension to brilliant Sydney. The site is owned by the NSW Government and managed by the Barangaroo Delivery Authority.
Taste Orange @ Barangaroo has been brought to you with thanks to our venue partner, the Barangaroo Delivery Authority.
DISCOVER THE RICHES OF CABONNE
Take a day, a week or a lifetime to explore the riches of Cabonne country and its beautiful and historic villages.
Take a pleasant and leisurely 3.5 hour drive from Sydney or Canberra and you will discover Cabonne Country, Australia’s Food Basket in the Orange region surrounds. Cabonne offers a diverse range of wonderful attractions, some of the best food and wine in regional Australia, a rich history and heritage, and a clean crisp environment where you can unwind, relax and refresh. Cabonne Country extends from Eugowra in the West to the old goldfields of Ophir in the East, Canowindra in the South and Yeoval in the North. In between are the quaint towns and historic villages of Borenore, Cudal, Cumnock, Cargo, Manildra, Molong, Mullion Creek, and Nashdale.
Taste Orange @ Barangaroo is a co-produced event between Brand Orange and Margot Natoli Event Project + Management.
Stallholders attending Taste Orange @ Barangaroo
Stories of Orange
Philip Shaw is recognised as one of the world’s leading winemakers, and is the former Head of Production / Winemaking for Rosemount and Southcorp Wines. Philip established his own vineyard in the Orange region in 1989. He searched Australia for years to find the best site in an emerging wine-growing region to make exceptional wines with flavour and finesse. The opportunity to pioneer and champion the region greatly appealed to Philip, and his belief in the Orange wine-growing region has been backed by numerous international awards.read more
A recognised pioneer of the Orange region’s viticulture industry, Justin is the proud owner of See Saw Wine – one of the region’s most successful biodynamic vineyards. He believes the phenomenal and growing success of Orange as an emerging food and wine destination has been in its promotion through events such as the Orange Wine Festival and Orange F.O.O.D Week. “Orange is a cosmopolitan region. If we all still can stick to improving our quality, delivering the truth of it, and working together the region will continue to leap ahead.”read more
Charlie’s love for wine meant he was habitually bending the ears of his friends about his passion – yet the move to winemaking seemed for Charlie, beyond him. “I was the beer brewer for the parties on campus, but craving to dabble in winemaking. When I turned 40, my mates gave me a barrel and told me to get on with it – make wine – they were sick of hearing about my viniferous dreams. We see ourselves as minimalist winemakers at De Salis – like a great chef who will choose the best produce in season and artistically develops the flavour, enhancing but not changing its uniqueness and regionality.”read more
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