Welcoming Autumn with Seasonal Produce
With autumn being one of the most stunning times of the year to be out and about, we thought, what better way than to celebrate the warm sun and cool breezes than with a restaurant featuring local and seasonal produce.
Maximilian’s Vineyard Restaurant – Adelaide Hills
Located in the beautiful Adelaide Hills, Maximilian’s is a quintessential food & wine experience that is simply too good to go past.
Nestled amongst vineyards and only 12 minutes from the tollway, Maximillian’s dining experience comes complete with stunning views over the lake and vineyard.
The al fresco dining experience is the perfect place for a long autumn lunch being served from the wonderfully presented modern Australian menu.
However, if you decide to make Maximilian’s your destination for dinner and the temperature starts to drop, you’ll find comfort lazing away in front of the open fires.
The menu celebrates local and seasonal produce, giving you a wonderful dining experience that makes you feel part of the Adelaide Hills landscape.
To partner the menu is an amazing range of quality wines straight from the Sidewood cellar door. If you get there before 5pm, go and visit the cellar door and try your hand at the stunning cool climate wines on offer.
Maximilian’s is my destination for autumn dining, combining a really well thought out seasonal menu with the quality and freshness that comes with sourcing local produce.
Opening hours are Thurs – Sun, 11am – 11pm, so for the best way to guarantee your table, visit www.gourmettravellergiftcard.com.au and pick up your gift card that can be used at any of the participating restaurants Australia wide.
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