Cake Wines at RCC Fringe
Cake Wines has always been more than just a wine brand. It’s built its reputation by throwing great parties, supporting local music talent and collaborating with businesses, artists and chefs to help foster community.
In celebration of the release of its 2018 barbera – named The Edge of Chaos – the Sydney-based winery will team up with nationally acclaimed wine writer Mike Bennie for a (free) panel discussion featuring some of Adelaide's most forward thinking producers.
Although its cellar door is in Redfern, Cake’s wines are crafted in the Adelaide Hills by local winemaker Sarah Burvill. She’ll join Greg Grigoriou from Delinquente Wine Co, Gareth Belton from Gentle Folk and Charlotte Hardy from Charlotte Dalton Wines on March 7 to discuss the “edge of chaos” (the space between order and disorder that’s said to be the most "creative state" humans can operate in) and its application to the art and science of winemaking. Register here.
On Sunday March 17 – the closing night of RCC Fringe – Cake Wines will celebrate the release of its 2018 rosé – Moon Safari – with a 2.5-hour “sensory journey”. Food from Africola will be matched with music from east coast band Retiree, which will be synced with “changing lighting conditions” by Sydney-based artist Sophie P-y. Buy tickets here.