The Adelaide Good Food and Wine Show – 10 double passes to be won!

by Amanda McInerney on 25/09/2012

Finally, the seasons seem to be on the turn, as winter backs reluctantly out the door and spring comes bouncing in, shedding her coat and flashing sunny smiles at us all.  Pastels are being seen again – both on people’s backs and in their gardens – and there are lots of excuses to get out of my uggies and out of the house!  One of the best of these is coming up very soon indeed – the Adelaide Good Food and Wine Show.

Held from 12-14 October at the Adelaide Showgrounds, this indulgent weekend is the perfect excuse to indulge in Adelaide’s passion for flavour with fine food, delectable cheeses, premium produce, and of course, award-winning South Australian wines. The involvement of South Australian businesses is overwhelming with Careme Pastry, Cocolat, Butch’s Smallgoods of the Riverland, Heavenly Delights, 4 leaf milling company, Pangkarra Foods, Vella Pasta, and many more participating in the delectable three day event.

Wine connoisseurs will be greatly satisfied with the heart of Australia’s wine region once again playing a huge part in the event, but it’s not just about the Barossa Valley, with several other local exhibitors including Woodstock Wines, Bleasdale Vineyards, and Majella Wines tingling wine lover’s palates. Several interstate wine companies will also be making their presence felt with Pakura Estate returning for its third year, after participating every year since the show’s 2010 inception.

This year will see the return of master classes and cooking demonstrations featuring favourites Manu Fieldel, George Columbaris, Matt Moran, and South Australia’s very own Maggie Beer.  James Laing, Exhibition Director of the Good Food & Wine Show says, “Adelaide is such a passionate state when it comes to food and wine, and it’s great to see so many local food and wine producers coming on board for the show.”

The scrumptious line-up at this year’s show will give visitors the chance to explore, indulge, and sample gourmet food, acclaimed local produce, luscious cheeses, and of course, award-winning South Australian wines – it’s an epicurean’s delight not to be missed.

Full details of all the treats awaiting you can be found the Good Food and Wine Show website and tickets can be pre-booked through Ticketek on 13 28 49, or purchased at the venue on the day.

However, I have a very special treat for my readers and have 10 double passes to the show to give away!!  It’s easy to enter – just log in below and tell me which is your favourite South Australian foodie or wine treat – lets all share the love a little – and “Like” the Good Food and Wine Show on Facebook!  Extra entries may be gained by “Liking” Lambs’ Ears on Facebook or following on Twitter – check out the terms and conditions below.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1.  This competition is open to Australian residents only.
2.   Log in to enter, using the entry form below, and click on each task to view the instructions.
3.   The first task is mandatory and must be completed to enter the competition.  Subsequent tasks are optional, but will gain you more entries, thus more opportunity to be a winner.
4.   Make sure you record your entry to be counted.
5.   I have 10 double passes to the Adelaide Good Food and Wine show to give away.
6.   Ten lucky winners will be drawn at random.
7.   The winners will be notified by email and their names will be posted here.

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{ 24 comments… read them below or add one }

LadyMEESO September 25, 2012 at 10:12 am

If it’s South Australian, and I like to make sure it is as local as possible, it has to be Fleurieu Milk Company’s Low Fat Jersey Milk – just delicious!

Xin Li September 25, 2012 at 7:42 pm

I love Polacco Family trust purple sea urchins~

Renae September 25, 2012 at 8:24 pm

I’m a chocoholic so I would have to say Haigh’s dark scorched almonds.

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella September 25, 2012 at 8:32 pm

Good luck to everyone! :D

Elizabeth September 25, 2012 at 8:36 pm

Cinnamon honey from the Honey Lady…in fact I might go and eat some now!

Lauren September 25, 2012 at 8:57 pm

I love Haighs chocolates, a Balfours frogcake, Kangaroo Island honey (Ligurian), Golden North ice-cream, Menz Fruchocs, a cold Farmers Union iced coffee on a hot day, a steaming hot pie floater anytime!, Maggie Beer quince paste/ice-cream. I have had some of the best seafood in my life in South Australia… Amazing oysters, fish and cray! I also love the South Australian food shops Gaganis and Imma and Marios. Plus how can you get better than the Central Markets or the Farmers Market for food?

Now for wines… Bird in Hand (anything goes down nicely!) and I also enjoy a glass (or bottle) of Wirra Wirra Pinot Noir. And then there’s Magill Estate and Penfolds Grange!

imogen September 26, 2012 at 2:58 am

It’s only one of many, of course, but I recently discovered RiChocolate in the Barossa valley. Ahmazing.

Wendy September 26, 2012 at 8:23 am

Balfours chocolate frog cakes, Haighs dark chocolate, Maggie Beer quince paste, bD Paris creek milk and yoghurt, Banrock Station wine – how can you name just one?

Kathryn September 26, 2012 at 9:04 am

I love B.-d. Farm Paris Creek’s Com’n Bear cheese with my home made quince paste (sourced from organic, locally grown quince trees), accompanied by a Bird in Hand sparkling pinot noir. Just delice!

Maz September 26, 2012 at 11:34 am

We LOVE our Penfolds wines!

Natalie September 26, 2012 at 11:44 am

I <3 the adelaide hills wine and haigh's chocolate dark chocolates.

Kiran @ KiranTarun.com September 26, 2012 at 11:50 am

Good luck to all of the Australia residents ;)

Hotly Spiced September 26, 2012 at 11:55 am

Maggie Beer and her verjuice. xx

Gaye September 26, 2012 at 12:19 pm

After recently spending 2 weeks holiday in NSW and an extensive amount of travelling be assured that there is nothing I am more happy about than being home in Adelaide. There is little to compare to the glorious food and wine available almost everywhere in SA.

Maureen | Orgasmic Chef September 26, 2012 at 12:47 pm

Grange for me. That’s like drinking honey from heaven. :) LOL

Is this where I’m supposed to say “pie floater”? I’ve never actually had one. sorry

Mandi September 26, 2012 at 3:35 pm

Love Fleurieu Milk!!

Luke September 27, 2012 at 8:21 am

I love the vietnamese chicken from Bubble’n'Squeak at the Adelaide Showgrounds Farmers Markets. So moorish! Their Caramelised Onion Dip is also one of my favourites

kerry santillo September 27, 2012 at 9:27 am

Balfours girl through and through, nothing beats their custard tarts and pies!!!!!!!

sj September 27, 2012 at 11:57 pm

so many SA food loves, Maggie Beer’s Pate, Paris Creek yoghurt, Gilberts Honey, Fleurieu’s Jersey Milk, Haighs dark chocolate & shiraz truffles (drool), Gaganis feta cheese, Mr Riggs wines, Coopers beers, Farmers Union Iced Coffee…I could go on & on :-D

Ann September 28, 2012 at 12:04 am

I love many South Aussie things but a recently discovered beauty is from Willabrand “fig, fennel & chilli chutney”. Divine with cheese and crackers!

Lucy September 29, 2012 at 12:19 pm

Love Haighs chocolates & Golden North ice cream

Felise September 30, 2012 at 3:16 pm

Banrock station moscato for me. Lovely!

Tiffany October 1, 2012 at 6:02 pm

A very exciting giveaway Amanda – I like to think of the GFWS as the Royal Show for (food-loving) adults!

My favourite local treat is Hills Feast Olive Pate. DIVINE. It’s made from Kalamata olives, specially pickled in a vinegar-free marinade, and handmade into pate by a passionate one man team based in Thebarton SA.

Tip: if you want a taste, drop into Organik (Glenelg South), The Organic Market (Stirling), or order the Olive Bread at Goodlife Organic Pizza..

Cassandra October 1, 2012 at 7:17 pm

Really can’t go past some of our awesome South Australian wine – Banrock Station is great for the planet as well as the palette. Closer to home, we swapped the family over to locally produced Tweedvale Milk and have not looked back. Totally worth supporting our local dairy farmers.

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