Fleurieu will delight the taste buds of as many people as possible during the Tasting Australia festival | The temperature



Flavors will not be lacking at this year’s edition of Tasting Australia, with a number of curious and unique events taking place in the Fleurieu.

Showcasing its most diverse program to date, the event will feature over 200 events across South Australia during what can only be described as 10 action-packed days – from April 29 to May 8.

While it’s no surprise that Fleurieu is home to some of the state’s best places to eat and drink, many people will have a hard time deciding which of the 21 events they would like to attend in the area.

New festival co-directors Karena Armstrong and Darren Robertson, along with beverage curator Nick Stock and food curator Emma McCaskill searched for new ideas to take the festival to the next level.

Ms Armstrong, who is chef and owner of the Salopian Inn in McLaren Vale, said the scale of the program is the largest yet.

“We have designed a program that highlights the uniqueness of our regions and highlights our products and our suppliers,” said Ms. Armstrong.

“Tasting Australia is a great meeting point for the industry, as well as a food and drink lover’s paradise.

“The event creates lasting memories through authentic eating and drinking opportunities that only South Australia can offer.”

Tasting Australia, presented by RAA Travel, runs from Friday April 29 to Sunday May 8.

Tickets for the events are available at degustationaustralia.com.au. Further programs will be released in February of this year.


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