Treat yourself to a very special twilight concert and dinner at Yarra Valley winery, TarraWarra Estate. This acclaimed destination will host musicians from the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO), with members of the Wind and Brass sections playing music from Giovanni Gabrieli to Leonard Bernstein. This unique performance will take place on Friday November 28.
TarraWarra Estate and Melbourne Symphony Orchestra
Drive to the gorgeous 400-hectare estate yourself, or hop on a bus from the Arts Centre. When you arrive at the winery, you’ll listen to a dreamy two-part performance inside the subterranean Cellar Door. The evening includes welcome drinks and canapes, as well as a three-course dinner with matched wines.
The menu for the evening will be in line with TarraWarra Estate’s sustainable food philosophy. Expect the best produce from the kitchen gardens and local suppliers from the Yarra Valley.
During the interval of the performance, guests will be served a TarraWarra Roussanne Marsanne Viognier, alongside canapes. After the second performance, as the sun starts to set, visitors will sit in the restaurant for a seasonal dinner with wine.
Highlights of the menu include:
- Sydney rock oyster with pepper berry mignonette
- Cheese and pepper arancini
- Apple, macadamia jam and daikon
- Spring vegetable risotto with yuzu kosho and garden herbs
- Beef short rib with black garlic mash, shallots and salsa verde
- Macadamia tart, koji caramel and tonka bean ice cream
This event costs $220 per person for the concert and dinner. If you are taking the bus, it will cost you $250, with a 4:30pm departure from the Arts Centre. The event will commence at 6pm, and the bus will depart the winery at 9:30pm.