Tasting Australia Winter Series Returns In 2022

On the back of blockbuster crowds at the 2022 Tasting Australia presented by RAA Travel, the nation’s premier eating and drinking festival will make a comeback this winter.

The Tasting Australia Winter Series will run throughout the month of July with a curated selection of events across Adelaide and regional South Australia highlighting the state’s producers, produce and places.
 
Patrons will enjoy a host of unique events spanning the state including a wine dinner at McLaren Vale’s exclusive Beresford House – a space not usually available to the public, a collaboration between esteemed chefs Kane Pollard (Topiary) and Tom Tilbury (Press Food and Wine) highlighting locally foraged wild ingredients.
 
The return of the Winter Series follows a stellar run for Tasting Australia 2022, which saw 200 events take place in 10 days across the state and over 60,000 visitors through the festival hub, Town Square, in Victoria Square/Tarntanyangga – the biggest crowds since the pandemic began.
 
Tickets to the Tasting Australia Winter Series are now available at www.tastingaustralia.com.au.
 
Quotes attributable to Zoe Bettison
 
With the colder weather approaching, it is fabulous to have another delicious instalment of Tasting Australia events to further boost South Australia’s world-class hospitality industry.
 
Following such high numbers visiting Town Square this year for the autumn festival, it’s great to get behind another event that champions the people and produce of South Australia.
 
Events such as this really solidifies the State’s position as the go-to destination for food and beverage in Australia.
 
Quotes attributable to festival co-director Karena Armstrong
 
Both the chefs and guests at this year’s Tasting Australia were delighted with the outcomes of the autumn festival.
 
With such demand from venues, talent and patrons we knew we had to bring back the festival’s second Winter Series and shine a light on the produce, producers and food and beverage stories waiting to be told in South Australia.