Something special is happening in July out at Pialligo Estate.
They are making the most of winter in Canberra with eleven mid-winter/Christmas in July themed events...
…. and Canberra Food Bloggers were treated to a preview this week.
Showcasing wines from Pialligo Estate, Schnapps, wonderful gluwein and gin from Wild Brumby Distillery near Jindabyne and boutique beers from Pact, there was plenty to toast to the success of the venture.
Rohan from Pialligo Estate, Anne-Marie from Wild Brumby and Kevin from Pact introduced guests to their unique local products and partnership.
The Hot smoked salmon, Salmon gravolax, Pialligo ham and air dried beef with roast veg and accompaniments were amazing, as was Mel’s mum’s recipe for Christmas pudding with brandy custard.
A wonderful taster for what’s on offer to Canberrans making the most of winter.
Pialligo Estate is hot right now in Canberra and in winter it’s also cosy.
Not only is the Farmhouse restaurant lovely and welcoming but the pavilions, usually open in summer, are now toasty and warm.
1 July Midwinter Christmas Feast $150pp ( three course)
3 July Kirsty’s pudding making day ( and champagne lunch) $150pp
7 July Sunset drinks $40pp local and regional wines and produce
9 July Feather and bone Masterclass $120pp – butchering, cooking and enjoying a Texel lamb
10 July A Feast of the beast from feather and bone $145pp – 5 course menu of meat dishes and wines
14 July Bastille Day truffle dinner $150pp – French truffle feast with paired wines
16 July Cape Grim and Flinders Island age of meaty innocence $145pp – a lavish lunch
21 July Smoked, cured and grilled $145pp
23 July Pact full of surprises $110pp – four course afternoon soirée with beer matches from Pact Beer Co.
28 July Wildbrumby Schnapps Banquet $145pp four course meal and schnapps tasting
31 July The Christmas Sunday Roast $110pp
31 July Family Market Day free – market stalls showcasing local produce
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