I’ll be opening a few of our wines at the Kings Cross festival this weekend on Sunday 12th 10am – 5pm. Make sure you come down for what looks to be a great day. Here’s the pitch from the event organisers…..
The 2014 Kings Cross Festival will close off Macleay St on October 12 for visitors to enjoy a Sunday Long Table Lunch featuring food from some 20 local restaurants, alongside more than a dozen NSW winemakers showcasing their wines, plus cooking demonstrations and even cookbook signings from the star chefs Dan Hong, Damien Pignolet and Mike McEnearney.
Star local foodies will feature the true diversity of fine and fun food on offer in Kings Cross from Mexican to Japanese, Italian to Middle Eastern with dishes costing just $6, $9 or $12 and served from 10am to 5pm. Participating restaurants and cafes include Chester White Diner, Popolo, Jimmy Liks, Kim Restaurant, Barrio Chino, Sweethearts BBQ, Café Dov, Harajuku Gyoza, Bottega Del Vino and Fei Jai to name a few. The highly anticipated Potts Point Kazbah will preview its October opening with a stall showcasing their fusion middle eastern fine food while Riva Reno Gelato will delight for dessert.
Artisan food stalls will complement the dishes on offer with specialties from Urban Beehive, Pukara Estate Olive Oil, Inficus Teas and spices, Nougat Limar ,Botanica juices and Mecca coffee from Room10 Espresso, legendary Kings Cross Café Hernandez selling their own roasted coffee plus freshly made on site gnocci from Puntino Tratt.
A popup winebar, and wine tastings stalls will feature over a dozen NSW vineyards plus meet the winemakers Andrew Thomas, Brian Freeman and David Hook to taste their offerings. Vineyards include Peterson House, De Beaurepaire, Freeman Vineyards, Rowlee Wines, Drayton’s Family Wines, David Hook Wines, Manorbier Vineyard, Lerida Estate, Centennial Vineyards, Thomas Wines, Nugan Estate, Polin & Polin, Vale Creek and an offering from Batlow Cider.
For more information visit kingscrossfestival.com.au