A Wine Wars event will be hald at Season restaurant on June 7. Photo: Nadine Shaw
A Wine Wars event will be hald at Season restaurant on June 7. Photo: Nadine Shaw Nadine Shaw

A dash of Pepper at Salt as Season holds wine war

A GRUELLING battle of the best wines is set to take place at Kingscliff next month.

Wine Wars will be held at Season restaurant at the Peppers Salt Resort and Spa on June 7.

The evening promises to be entertaining as two South Australian wine greats, Petaluma from the Adelaide Hills and St Hallet from the Barossa Valley, bring the best of their their vineyards to the Coast.

Guests will get to chance to vote on their favourite drop and the winner will be revealed at the end of the evening.

Celebrated wine critic Nick Stock will host the event over a dinner designed by Peppers Salt Resort and Spa's newly appointed executive chef Martin Glutz and Chef de Cuisine Daniel Watt.

Mr Watt will oversee the day-to-day culinary operations of the Season restaurant.

Peppers Salt Resort and Spa general manager Scott Lynch said Martin and Daniel will work together to create a new culinary experience.

"Both chefs are renowned for beautifully crafted and technically brilliant cuisine and have a passion for cooking with seasonal and local ingredients," Mr Lynch said.

"They're a perfect fit for Peppers and our commitment to showcasing regional food and wine, from the paddock to the plate, with gourmet dining experiences."

Tickets to the Wine Wars event are $135, for bookings contact 02 6674 7777.



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