NEWS Round-up: Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Wine, Darlo Bar, Dolls Dine at the Garage, Cake Bake & Sweets Show and more

This weeks news round-up with The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Wine, Cake Bake & Sweets Show, Darlo Bar Local Harvest Collective, Taste of Sydney and more.

The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Wine

The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Wine
The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Wine – Photo & Styling © by Kevin Burke

Music and wine collectors take note. After the success of the AC/DC wine, Australian wine producer Warburn Estate has teamed up with Dan Murphy’s to bring The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Wine.

The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary McLaren Vale Shiraz 2012 celebrates 50 years of the iconic rock and roll band. The wine is with ripefruit flavours, a hint of chocolate and fine tannins that give it structure and length. It can be enjoyed now,  cellared, or kept as a collector’s item.

The Rolling Stones are set to visit Australia from 19 March 2014. You can find The Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Wine at Dan Murphy’s for $15.70 per bottle or $14.90 per bottle in half a dozen.

Darlo Bar Local Harvest Collective

Darlo  Bar’s  communal  lounge  room  will  transform  into  a  fresh  food  haven  on  Saturday,  15th March.  Featuring  in  an  eight  week  pop  up,  Sydney’s  Local  Harvest  Collective  will  be  joined  by  Prodjuice  Cold  Pressed  Juices,  Brooklyn  Boy  Bagels  and  Cornersmith  Pickles  and  Preserves  every  Saturday  from  9:30am.  306 Liverpool St, Darlinghurst www.darlobar.com.au

Cake Bake & Sweets Show

The Cake Bake & Sweets Show is the biggest event of its type in the country and will showcase all things baking, cake decorating and beyond. It’s not just a food show, there are live demonstrations, classes, an expo floor for shopping and a marketplace for tasting and buying. The event will take place at the Sydney Showground, Olympic Park March 21-23. www.cakebakeandsweets.com

Taste of Sydney

The 6th annual Taste of Sydney is back from Thursday 13 to Sunday 16 March at Centennial Parklands with a host of new attractions such as the new Lurpak Cookery School and Food & Beverage Matching Masterclass Inspired by Celebrity Cruises. General entry tickets start from $25 with advance booking. Crowns are the official currency used at Taste to purchase dishes and drinks from the restaurants and goodies from exhibiting producers. Restaurants at the event only accept Crowns as payment where 1 Crown = $1. Tasting size signature dishes are priced from 6-12 Crowns, with drinks from 6 Crowns. www.tasteofsydney.com.au

Dolls Dine at the Garage

This March Riley St Garage will be launching a special Ladies lunch running every Saturday from 12pm – 3pm. Launching on the 8th of March to coincide with International Ladies Day where $5 from every set menu purchased on this day will be donated to Australian National Committee for UN Women.

The Spot Festival

The Spot Festival is back in Randwick on Sunday 16 March where the area known as “the spot” will be transformed into a celebration of food and live music. This year’s festivities include performances by the Martini Club, silent disco and tarot readings. And you could always drop in to Bat Country after the festivities, located directly opposite the Ritz Cinema.

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NEWS Round-up: Rolling Stones 50th Anniversary Wine, Darlo Bar, Dolls Dine at the Garage, Cake Bake & Sweets Show and more was last modified: December 20th, 2015 by Corinne Mossati

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Corinne Mossati

Corinne Mossati is the founder and editor of Gourmantic. An avid scribe, she has taken pen to paper since the age of five. Her repertoire includes long works of fiction, short stories and travelogues. She is a winner of the GT travel writing competition, has judged the Australasian Whisky Awards and several cocktail competitions. She is also named in the Australian Bartender Most Influential List.

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