Tasting Australia celebrates SA produce

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Tasting Australia celebrates SA produce The entry to Tasting Australia in Victoria Square.

Lenswood Apples’ Elise Bennett, Paul James and Julian Carbone with the newly released miniature apple variety Rockit.

In the Limestone Coast stand were Narelle Pignotti, Mount Gambier, The Blok Estate’s Luke Trotter, Coonawarra, The Splendid Egg’s Liam Brokensha, Rymill’s Josie Abbey and Jaqui Simmiss, Blok Estate’s Bec Trotter and Limestone Coast tourism industry development manager Biddie Shearing.

Representing the Eyre Peninsula in the region’s tent were Georgina Burns, Simon Amber, Marion Trethewey, Sam Kumara, Bes Abdic and Brad Riddle.

In the Riverland stand were Val Bassham, Bassham Wines, Barmera, Adam Barich, Whistling Kite Wines, Loxton, Jenny Semmler, 919 Wines, Glossop, and Mary Kent, Salt and Pepper Catering, Berri.

Spreading the message about the International Year of the Pulse were AGT Foods Australia’s James McColl, Agrisemm Global Brokerage’s Peter Semmler and AGT’s Leight Wright.

Brett Partridge and Peter Nash, from Kangaroo Island Coffee Roasters, Kingscote.

Rasa Fabian, Richard Woods and Samantha Bowner, from Shut the Gate Wines at Watervale.

Fleurieu Peninsula Tourism’s Miranda Lang, George Zhang, from CMV Farms, Langhorne Creek, and Louise Lawson, Heartland Wines, Langhorne Creek.

Well-known chef Sean Connolly doing a cooking demonstration.

Big crowds attended Tasting Australia.

Doing a cooking demonstration at the Central Markets and representing the Australian Mushroom Growers Association were Pam Tobin and Judyta Slupnicki.

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