When: Thursday, February 28th at 7pm
Where: Red Spice Road, 27 McKillop street, Melbourne CBD
What: A bespoke menu with matching Ten Minutes by Tractor wines
How Much: $190 per person
Tickets: Purchase your tickets here
Your favourite Mornington Peninsula winery meets your favourite Asian restaurant. Ten Minutes by Tractor meets Red Spice Road for an exquisite dining experience. Sit back and enjoy a bespoke menu, with stunning and rare wines to match.
On arrival: 10x Pinot Gris
Starter: Lamb meatball, green nam jim, chilli, Vietnamese mint
Estate Chardonnay 2016 & Estate Pinot Noir 2016
Small: Pan fried barramundi, yellow curry puree
McCutcheon Chardonnay 2016 & Wallis Chardonnay 2016
Main: Indonesian style crispy chicken, hot onion chutney, tamarind
McCutcheon Pinot Noir 2016 & Wallis Pinto Noir 2016
Dessert: Strawberry macaroon, white chocolate macadamia ganache, caramelised peach, palm sugar popcorn, raspberry coulis
NV Blanc de blancs
**Please note only limited dietaries can be catered for, enquire with exact details before purchasing.
A little more about Ten Minutes by Tractor:
Ten Minutes by Tractor is the convergence of wine journeys that began almost 40 years ago, a group of individuals and vineyards that fortuitously came together over time to create the winery that exists today.
The winery started in 1997 with three family owned vineyards in Main Ridge, all ten minutes by tractor apart. Since then they have added new vineyards, but all have their own unique character with different aspects, slopes, soils, altitude and winds which flow through the valleys up from Bass Strait. Cool places. Beautiful places. Places that are defined by the wines they make and which can seem like worlds apart.
“Our aspiration at Ten Minutes by Tractor is continual improvement, a dedication to learn and improve on everything we do. Hopefully our reward over time is to produce wines which reveal more and more of the unique quality and character of our vineyards, wines which are harmonious, that sing with food and which keep luring us back to the glass.” – Martin Spedding – Owner