From festive soiree must-haves to gastronomic experiences, your foodie friend will be forever grateful to receive these gourmet gifts from their Christmas wishlist.
Wheel & Barrow
Wheel&Barrow know how to throw an enviable paella party. Give your local cook the hint they need with the Paella Set, including gas ring and stand with 46cm pan for $249.95.
Get mixing and cool off with the Gin Tonic Cube Set/6 $29.95.
A visit to one of our local cellar doors
Fox Gordon’s 2017 Adelaide Hills Sassy Sauvignon Blanc took out a Gold Medal at the 2017 Sydney Royal Wine Show, and we know why. Capturing the clean characteristics of the exemplary Adelaide Hills Sauvignon Blanc, Sassy is bright with flavour, accentuated by textural notes and demonstrates captivating length. $18.95 from Fox Gordon.
Pop the cork on your Christmas holidays with Tomich Wines. The NV Woodside Vineyard Sparkling T is available in a two for $40 deal; an idea we can raise a glass to. The refreshing aperitif is best sipped alongside oysters, delicate seafood and fruits of the summer. With a bouquet of apples, pear and a touch of melon, a palate of mineral notes, great acidity and an excellent round mouth finish, it’s not Christmas lunch without Sparkling T.
Flaming Feast at Samurai Teppanyaki House
Samurai Teppanyaki House is serving up the team Christmas experience of your chef dreams. From $120 per person, up to 10 guests can undertake a three-hour session, cooking hands-on under Chef Clark. Sharing their dishes with the team, each participant will learn teppanyaki tips and tricks, sauces and seasonings, chopstick manners and an insight into Japanese culture. And of course, learn about the art of sake and enjoy a wine, beer or soft drink each.
Panettone at Bottega Rotolo
No Christmas visit is complete without Bottega Rotolo’s seasonal offering of Panettone in-hand. The range of captivating flavours is available from mid-November.