NOTFEATBC_Oil-1_MollyCelebrate Bastille Day at Bunnyconnellen Olive Grove and Vineyard on 17 July 2016.

This annual event provides guests with the opportunity to sample a sumptuous and typical Southern French Provencal luncheon.

Nestled at the top of the Great Divide north of Toowoomba, Bunnyconnellen is home to a delicious selection of olives, olive oils, vinegars, tapenades, wines and other locally inspired flavours. The luncheon is the perfect way to experience the idyllic rural setting, while being treated to a delicious four course lunch prepared in the cellar door kitchen.

Enjoy a glass of bubbles on arrival, and nibbles on the lawn before sitting down to a four course meal. More than just a dining experience, the chef will introduce the menu, and discuss the food, its provenance and how it has been prepared, as well as the Bunnyconnellen philosophy. All of the food will be prepared using the very best local and seasonal ingredients. Like all great meals, the afternoon will be rounded off with tea or coffee and a sweet treat.

The luncheon is a great opportunity to meet the property’s new custodians, Ninian and Ann Stewart-Moore. Having spent most of their working lives managing sheep and cattle station Dunluce in North West Queensland, they are excited about their new adventure in the high country north of Toowoomba.

Bookings for the Long Table Luncheon will commence in early June 2016. This is an exclusive and intimate event, limited to 34 guests. A selection of Bunnyconnellen estate wines will be available for purchase.

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