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Ultimate Sunday Lunch with Shiraz vs Syrah

Spice up the winter chills with the ultimate wine showdown. Shiraz vs Syrah. Together special guests Hugh Waterman from Yangarra Estate Vineyard, and Mark Cunliffe from Craggy Range; will work with The Barre's Senior Chef de Partie Ceclilia Salvante pairing reds with a four course feast.

This lunch will match a variety of Shiraz and Syrah with courses from The Barre kitchen including dishes such as macadamia-crusted black cod fillet served with barley salad, tarragon & caper salsa served with Craggy Range Gimblett Gravel’s Syrah and Yangarra Shiraz.

Hugh and Mark will present and share their expert knowledge of these red wines alongside Cecilia providing her inspiration for the dishes over the course of lunch.


Crispy oysters with pickled vegetable salad & citrus mayonnaise
Blue Roquefort open pie with aromatic apricots

Served with
Spiced Hot Rum

Act I

Beef tartare tostadas with crispy tortilla, cured egg yolk & green habanero

Served with
Yangarra Preservative Free Shiraz
Craggy Range Hawkes Bay Syrah

Act II

Macadamia-crusted black cod fillet served with barley salad, tarragon & caper salsa

Served with
Craggy Range Gimblett Gravel’s Syrah
Yangarra Shiraz


Chocolate three way; mousse, ice cream & chocolate meringue served with Shiraz gel

Served with
Yangarra 'Small Pot' Shiraz

More about Craggy Range and Yangarra Estate Vineyards

Craggy Range produces a collection of iconic wines from multiple regions in New Zealand. Owner Terry Peabody and his family pursued the single vineyard approach to winemaking, planting on green fields and bare land ensuring a focus on quality from the very beginning. New Zealand, with its diversity of soils types offered the perfect location to plant the vines. From the stony, warm soils of the Gimblett Gravels in Hawke's Bay to the volcanic, clay soils of Te Muna Road in Martinborough these exceptional vineyards produce wines with amazing aromatics, purity and complexity. The wines, produced for the Prestige and Family Collections are pure expressions of the unique terroir in which they were grown.

Yangarra Estate is a biodynamic wine farm in the McLaren Vale region in South Australia. The Yangarra philosophy centres around producing wines solely from their single-vineyard estate, where bush-vine Grenache is the keystone variety. With feet planted firmly in their history, and eyes on the horizon, Yangarra Estate now exists to deliver the essence of a beautiful place to your glass. McLaren Vale folks like to think that their region on the Gulf St Vincent, patron of viticulturers, has “the best Mediterranean climate on Earth.

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