Tuesday, April 29th, 2014

Utopia, Food and Wine: the case for UNESCO World Heritage listing of the Mount Lofty Ranges Agrarian Landscape at 4pm on Thursday May 1st at the Tasting Australia, Town Square in Victoria Square.

Why are Adelaide’s nearby agricultural landscapes unique, special and globally important, and how can we use South Australia’s utopian origins to engage with the rest of the world from a position of confidence, selling distinct products and services at added value based upon their provenance? 

Come and join our discussion with sixth generation Barossan James Lindner of Langmeil winery, sixth generation Beerenberg Farm custodian Sally Paechand heritage and health advocate Dr Patricia Bishop, a fifth generation South Australian, and the owner and restorer of Marble Hill. Stephanie Johnston, Project Manager of the Mount Lofty Ranges World Heritage Bid will chair the session.

Tasting Australia Think Sessions: Festival stars join fellow food and beverage experts in these Town Square discussions as they debate and encourage audience comments on a wide range of philosophical, political, and social and issues influencing Australia's food and drink culture.

See attached release and this link: http://www.tastingaustralia.com.au/think-session-utopia-food-and-wine.htm
For further information or interviews with panel members please contact Stephanie Johnston on Mobile 0400 738 844 [email protected] http://www.mountloftyranges.org/

Stephanie Johnston
Project Manager
Mount Lofty Ranges World Heritage Bid
[email protected]
Mobile 0400 738 844


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