Angaston, Australia

Melbourne institution Chin Chin will make their South Australian debut at Yalumba as part of the Tasting Australia program in May 2022.

On 6-8 May, Yalumba will be converted to an exciting pop-up restaurant for Group Executive Chef Benjamin Cooper to share Chin Chin’s famous South East Asian cuisine alongside Yalumba Barossa wines.

In addition, Yalumba Clocktower lawns will be transformed into Chin Chin’s underground GoGo bar, where guests can settle in for an afternoon or evening of street food, Barossa contemporary art, Barossa wine and culture over three days.

Yalumba’s sixth generation Jessica Hill-Smith was excited about Tasting Australia’s program for 2022, released online.

“We are incredibly proud to partner with Tasting Australia again in 2022,” said Hill-Smith.

“This event goes from strength to strength, and the opportunity to have Ben and his team from Chin Chin here will be one of the highlights of the Festival. To have the chance to experience some of Chin Chin’s famous dishes in the Barossa at Yalumba will be a real treat for locals and those visiting the region.”

As a partner of Tasting Australia, Yalumba wines will be showcased across the 10 day culinary program, including a Town Square Kitchen dinner Fire & Ferment on Friday 30 April, numerous Town Square Masterclasses, and Express Lunches held in Adelaide’s Victoria Square.

“We will once again bring our Yalumba pop-up container bar to the Town Square, so people can pop in and enjoy a glass of Yalumba wine during the festival,” said Hill-Smith.

For more information visitwww.tastingaustralia.com.au

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