RADIX Autumn Flavours Dinner

From AUD AU$220.00
  • Duration: 4 Hours (approx.)
  • Location: Margaret River, WA

This May, join us for an exclusive culinary evening celebrating the warming autumn flavours of RADIX [Latin: Root].

At this time of year, when the vineyard appears dormant, the invisible root systems go through a period of renewal, harnessing the energy stored in the vines. 

Embracing a ‘return to one’s roots’, our new degustation experience has been shaped from the wine up, mirroring flavour, texture and sense of place – telling the story of our ancient soils and seasons past, whilst nodding to regeneration for the future. 

The evening begins with a glass of sparkling wine and snacks in the Wine Room, accompanied by culinary musings from WA Good Food Guide Regional Sommelier of the Year, Claire Tonon. 

Guests will then move into the dining room for an immersive tour of our coastal home, featuring nostalgic dishes reimagined with a modern edge. This innovative new menu will be paired alongside a curated selection of our current releases, including a special aged drop pulled from the museum cellar…


Tickets for this exclusive culinary evening are limited – book ahead to reserve your place.

Friday 20 May 2022

6.00pm start, for approximately 3.5 hours. 

$220 per person including wine pairing. 

Vegetarian menu available.  Please note, we can not cater to vegan or dairy-free diets.


Our RADIX [Latin: Root] Menu pays homage to the cool change of late autumn and early winter. After a post-harvest rest, the Vineyard Team are ready to get back into the field – mulching, seeding, and pruning. The Winery is busy bottling the early drinking wines and bedding down the reds for maturation. At this time of year, when the vineyard appears dormant, the invisible root systems go through a period of renewal, harnessing the energy stored in the vines. Embracing this ‘return to one’s roots’, each dish is inspired by our organically-farmed wines, weaving culinary tradition with a modern edge – telling the story of our ancient soils and seasons past, whilst nodding to regeneration for the future.