Head to the Hunter Valley This Spring For a New Long Lunch Series

Drink, Eat, Events, Sydney / 10 September 2019

Seasonal produce and scenic beauty combine at the new Long Lunches on the Lawn series.

If a weekend getaway is calling your name, head our advice and get out of town to the idyllic Hunter Valley. voco Kirkton Park Hunter Valley know just now to get you into holiday mode with the launch of a new ‘Long Lunches on the Lawn’ series.

Celebrating the beauty of Mother Nature in all of her glory, the new long lunch series shines the spotlight on the ever changing landscape and seasonal produce of the Hunter Valley with share-style menus, paired with wine of the local vineyards.

With the next long lunch kicking off on Saturday 28th September at Leogate Estate winery, guests will dine on long tables spanning the lawn of voco Kirkton Park -all under the majestic gums and overlooking the natural waterways and gardens of the property.

Menus will be based on a banquet-style, shared platter philosophy and built around seasonal produce sourced from both the voco Kirkton Park estate and kitchen garden; as well as from local producers by the hotel’s chef, Prabhat Kumar Prawin.

kirkton park long lunch series

Adding to the glamour of the day, guests are encouraged to wear all white, playing into the theme of ‘Dejeuner en Blanc’, French for Lunch in White. The day also promises live entertainment, as you enjoy a range of delicious wines and sumptuous platters laden with the very best local fare.

The Long Lunch on the Lawn Series is $95pp and includes a 3-course banquet with paired wines from the winery. Wine tastings and sales will also be available on the day, with exclusive accommodation rates available.

Can’t make it to the September Long Lunch? Other dates include October 17th at Iron Gate Estate and November 4th at Hanging Tree Wines.

For more information and to secure your tickets to the Long Lunches on the Lawn series, click here.

Need further inspiration on what to do in the Hunter Valley? Check out our Foodies Guide to the Hunter Valley