Sunday, 25 February 2007
The Bridgewater Mill - Winery and Restaurant.
In the Adelaide hills and originally settled as 'Cox Creek,' this town was renamed Bridgewater - after Bridgewater in Somerset, - in 1860 when this flour mill was built by John Dunn.
It was the only mill in the state driven by water. Today it is home to Petaluma Wines, the company's famous Restaurant and its methode champenoise cellaring and production.
Have a lash at this lot;
Primo: Seared scallops with sweet and sour pork belly, oyster mushroom and black beans.
Secundo: Roasted Kangaroo Island chicken breast with scampi, coconut and green mango salad, chili and lime.
Nel terzo posto, dessert: Mulberry and apple trifle with macadamia biscotti.
Chi ha fame, non me, i miei cari amici!