2021 Great Eastern Wine Week

RAIDA – A Japanese Fusion for the Senses

RAIDA will be showcasing multiple local vineyards and their wines, matched with RAIDA’s exciting menu.

Multiple choices abound with sharing plates to choose from, a wonderful selection of main courses and desert.

All matched with exciting East Coast wines, and talks from local winemakers.

There’s also a wonderful selection of Tasmanian whiskey to round your night out if you choose to fully indulge yourself.


About Kelvedon Estate
Situated just south of Swansea, Kelvedon Estate is a 6th generation farm traditionally specialising in the production of super fine merino wool and mixed crops. In 1998, Jack Cotton further diversified the farm, venturing into viticulture with the planting of 1 hectare of Pinot Noir vines.

From these early beginnings, the vineyard has expanded to 9 hectares and includes multiple Pinot Noir clones, Sauvignon Blanc and Chardonnay. Half of the fruit is dedicated to producing Kelvedon’s highly esteemed wines under the Kelvedon Estate brand. The balance of the fruit is sold at a premium to Acolade for their House of Arras range of premium sparkling wines.

Event Details

Saturday, 4 September 2021
6:00pm - 11:00pm

RAIDA St Helens
10/55 Cecilia St, St Helens 7216
Cost: $90.00

Bookings Essential
03 6376 8823

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