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28 December 2018 | Barossa, Vino Lokal, What's Happening at Artisans | Howard Duncan

What’s happening at Artisans of Barossa... and Vino Lokal

With plenty happening, we wanted to share an update on our plans for Artisans of Barossa and Vino Lokal.

To help out with a smooth transition, we’ve agreed with Calabria Family Wines to stay on at our current home until the end of January. We’ll be open every day from 11am – 6pm all through January, including the New Year’s Day and Australia Day public holidays. The only change to note is that Harvest Kitchen now has a dedicated direct phone number, and can now be reached on (08) 7523 3950. 
 
Vino Lokal is the name of our new Wine Room and Wine Bar, and this will open at 64 Murray Street Tanunda on January 4. As we work our way up to full speed, our opening hours for the first 10 days will be:

Friday 4 Jan.   3pm – 10pm
Saturday 5 Jan.   3pm - 10pm
Sunday 6 Jan.   11am-6pm
Monday 7 Jan.   3pm – 8pm
Tuesday 8 Jan.   3pm – 8pm
Wednesday 9 Jan.   3pm – 8pm
Thursday 10 Jan.   3pm – 8pm
Friday 11 Jan.   3pm-10pm
Saturday 12 Jan.   3pm-10pm
Sunday 13 Jan.   11am-6pm

From Monday 14 January, we plan to be open from 11am every day. 
 
If you need to contact us, please call Artisans of Barossa or Vino Lokal on (08) 8563 3935. For email inquiries:
 
Contact Vino Lokal at wineroom@vinolokal.com
Contact Artisans of Barossa at tastingroom@artisansofbarossa.com
 
And if you want to keep up with the latest news from Vino Lokal, then please follow @vinolokal on Facebook and Instagram. Sometime next week we’ll start to share a few sneak peaks of the Wine Bar menu which is being kept under wraps by Director of Cuisine Ryan Edwards. Stay tuned!
 
Here’s a few things we'd also like to share with you about Vino Lokal.
 
From Monday 14 January, the Wine Bar will open every day from 11am offering over 50 Barossa wines by the glass, half carafe and bottle. The Wine Bar menu is all about food to go with a glass of wine, and will feature a daily selection of small plate offerings created from fresh seasonal produce sourced from Barossa and across South Australia
 
We’ll open the Wine Room on Monday 21 January. The Wine Room re-imagines the winery tasting bar with a shift from just wine, to wine and food, and from stand up to sit down, (and sit down you will – in the most luxurious surrounds and comfort!). Open every day from 11-5, over 50 wines from the region’s artisan winemakers are available for purchase in tasting flights of your choice, accompanied by a daily selection of bite sized portions from our wine bar menu. 
 
Vino Lokal is a small and intimate place of just 50 seats spread across 2 rooms. If you plan on coming in a group of more than eight, can we ask that you call or email ahead so that we make suitable arrangements (we suppose that’s our friendly way of saying – groups of 9 or more are preferred to be by appointment).
 
We’re fielding plenty of requests for reservations – which is fantastic, and whilst we can accept bookings by phone and email for the Wine Room, we’re unable to accept bookings for the Wine Bar. We’ve also had plenty of interest in private functions for special occasions. If you could be patient, we’ll soon have details of our special events packages to share with you.
 
Vino Lokal will also serve as the temporary home of Artisans of Barossa in 2019. We’re on track to start building our new home in April which will open in January 2020. Vino Lokal will stay open, and operate in tandem with Artisans of Barossa to offer two great ways to enjoy Barossa wine, food and warm and friendly hospitality.
 
January is always a beautiful time to visit Barossa, and now you’ve got two great reasons to plan your trip. We look forward to welcoming you at Artisans of Barossa AND Vino Lokal.
 
Cheers,
 
Howard Duncan, Chief Operating Officer and the team at Artisans of Barossa & Vino Lokal

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