Food and Wine

With abundant water and sunshine, it’s no wonder a visit to the Mid Murray region is an experience to savour.

In fact, just about every ingredient you can find on a pizzza – from cheeses to salami, tomatoes, onions and olives can be found growing or being made around South Australia’s waterways.  The Mid Murray landscape is abundant in the production of citrus fruit and has a large potato and onion growing industry.

Plenty of picturesque dining experiences await throughout the region. Dine with water views, stop by a traditional country bakery, visit a family friendly pub or dine aboard one of the Murray River’s many houseboats, feeling the water slowly rock beneath you while indulging in local food and wine.

Boutique and smaller venues may require bookings, so it’s best to call ahead.  For a spot of wine tasting, take a drive to Heward Estate Wines, which bottles under the name of Mannum Cliffs Wines, on East Front Road, Mannum, Burke Salter Wines at Blanchetown, the gateway to the Riverland, Caudo Vineyards at Cadell, Craneford Wines at Truro, Henschke Wines at Keyneton or visit the pop up Spook Hill Wines Cellar door at the Cadell Interpretative Centre.

Local Food
Marne River Olives – near Cambrai – phone 8564 5262

Swan Reach General Store – phone 8570 2036

Mannum Visitor Information Centre – 8569 1303 / www.psmarion.com / visitorcentre@psmarion.com

Wine Cellar Doors
Burke Salter Wines at Blanchetown  - phone: 8540 5023 / email: janesalt@activ8.net.au

Caudo Vineyards at Cadell - phone: 0427 351 911 / www.caudovineyard.com.au

Craneford Wines at Truro - phone: 8564 0003 / email: cellardoor@cranefordwines.com / www.cranefordwines.com

Henschke Wines at Keyneton - phone: 8564 8223 / phone: info@henschke.com.au / www.henschke.com.au

Spook Hill Wines pop up cellar door at the Cadell Interpretative Centre

Contact: Jock Gordon
www.spookhillwines.com
mail@spookhillwines.com
Mob: 0428 403 235

Eat like a Local
Eat Local is about offering you more opportunities to enjoy the very best of local food on local menus or shelves.  If you see an Eat Local sign as you travel around South Australia’s regions, you can be sure to find a dish featuring local produce on the menu.  Or, purchase local retail products to keep enjoying your regional food experience at home.