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A butcher’s cellar pop up (with wine…)


Fine wines are matched with a meat-based menu in this foody pop up.

The St Hallet’s Butcher’s Cellar is already halfway through a month-long pop up stint in Melbourne’s Southbank precinct – opening 3 times a week to tell the story of the wine label’s origin as a butchery… and how it grew into one of Australia’s finest wine producers. It seems a winery wasn’t the first business started by the Lindners of South Australia’s Barossa Valley – in 1888 the family started producing smallgoods for local Barossa customers, but it took another 30 years or so before they established a small winery and cellar of fortified wines to add flavour to their meats. And another 25 years before they produced the first of their revered table wines…

This month in Melbourne St Hallett have teamed up with Southbank restaurant Left Bank to offer a selection of meats (beef, lamb, pork chicken and seafood… the menu changes each of the 3 days per week…), all perfectly-matched with a St Hallets Shiraz. The Butcher’s Cellar has taken over a corner of the venue with a 1940’s-themed Barossa Butchery… complete with meat-smithing tools and aprons, white-tiled walls and cow hides.


What –     St Hallets pop-up Butcher’s Cellar

Where –   Left Bank, 1 Southbank Boulevard Melbourne

When –    Wednesdays 5-9pm, Thursdays 6-10pm and Sundays 12-6pm (to 26th October)




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