Woodstock Wines Coterie Restaurant Celebrates 30 Years with Gala Dinner

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One of our faves, Woodstock Wines, has been busy planning for next year’s celebrations. 2018 marks the 45th anniversary of the property AND the 30th anniversary of Coterie Restaurant. It’s going to be massive!

To celebrate these milestone dates, they’re throwing a birthday party on January the 12th! We’ve been promised that a night of amazing food, nostalgia, and an amazing selection of vintages from the winery will be on offer. Making this birthday one that will be remembered in history (but possibly not the next morning!)

As the Woodstock Coterie Restaurant celebrates its 30th birthday next year (which is literally less than a month away – yikes!), the Gala Dinner will reflect on the people that have helped the restaurant get where it is today. Scott Collett took over from his father, Doug Collett, a Spitfire and Hurricane pilot in WWII, who purchased the the property 45 years ago. In 1988 the Coterie Restaurant came to life with the purpose of creating great food, good company and the home for Woodstock wines.

In 2014 Chef Chris Bone was appointed Executive Chef and since then the Coterie Restaurant has re-established its original philosophy of showcasing local produce from the spectacular McLaren Vale region.

The night will host special guest Leon Bignell MP, various invited guests, media, and VIPs. Get your wallets prepper, because tickets will be released to the “Stocks Society” wine club members and the general public on the 12th of December priced at $199 per person. Click here for more ticket information.

So, what better way to kick off the year than with a night of celebrating one of the greatest restaurants in the state, accompanied by delicious food and exclusive wine. Check out their Facebook event for more event information.

Date: 12th of January, 2018
Location: Woodstock Coterie Restaurant, 215 Douglas Gully Rd, McLaren Flat SA 5171
Contact: 08 8383 0156
Tickets available here.

 

 

 

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