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A Sunday feast inspired by TarraWarra wines
TarraWarra Estate winemaker Clare Halloran and The Barre’s Senior Chef de Partie Ceclilia Salvante have teamed up to create a Sunday Feast inspired by TarraWarra wines.
From their stunning winery in the coolness of the Yarra Valley, TarraWarra wines are perfectly paired with four courses from The Barre kitchen including dishes such as soy-marinated & braised beef short rib with pickled carrots & crushed pistachio served with sweet potato dhal & cucumber raita matched to TarraWarra Estate Pinot Noir, 2016 and TarraWarra Reserve Pinot Noir, 2015.
Clare will bring 20 years of expertise with TarraWarra Estate wines and share her valuable knowledge alongside Cecilia providing her inspiration for the dishes over the course of lunch.
Scallops with coriander & lime
Fennel sausage with chestnut purée & cranberries
TarraWarra Pinot Noir Rose
Veal sweetbreads served with parsnip cream, curry oil & micro cress
TarraWarra South Block Chardonnay, 2016
TarraWarra Reserve Chardonnay, 2016
Soy-marinated & braised beef short rib with pickled carrots & crushed pistachio served with sweet potato dhal & cucumber raita
TarraWarra Estate Pinot Noir, 2016
TarraWarra Reserve Pinot Noir, 2015
Pear chocolate pudding with praline & Barbera reduction
TarraWarra Barbera, 2016
More about TarraWarra Estate
Founder Marc Besen and his wife, Eva, planted the first 10 acres of vines in 1983 with a vision to create something beautiful for others to enjoy. Forty years on, the 400-hectare vineyard sits on prime Yarra Valley farmland, defined by heritage and a deep sense of place. TarraWarra Estate is best known for exceptional Pinot Noir and Chardonnay, alongside other single-block heritage varietals and estate blends. Our wines express the unique terroir of the TarraWarra Estate site, which is comprised of 28 individual blocks and planted with carefully selected clones, each of which contributes distinctive characteristics to our wines. Under the watchful eye of winemaker Clare Halloran, all of TarraWarra Estate’s wines are meticulously grown, handpicked, vinified and aged on the estate.
The TarraWarra Estate property is internationally recognised as the place visit in the Yarra Valley, rooted by the estate’s respect for sustainability and provenance.