See & Taste the Barossa Story

Two years ago CCP graduate Bernadette (Bernie) Kaeding enrolled in Portrait Photography 2. She already had her Diploma but wanted to finally settle her love/hate relationship with portraiture. Now, she has published True Stories: Portraits of Barossa Winemakers, the best Australian Wine Writing book! (2016 Gourmand World Cookbook Awards).

Buy True Stories: Portraits of Barossa Winemakers by CCP Diploma graduate Bernadette Kaeding now. You can collect your signed copy of this award-winning book from The Light Gallery at the CCP during Bernie's SALA exhibition, 29 July—30 August 2016.

The Light Gallery at the Centre for Creative Photography is pleased to announce a very special
exhibition and VIP winemaker dinner as part of the South Australian Living Artist (SALA) Festival.

Red Art & Michael Hall Wines have collaborated to create an exclusive exhibition opening and VIP winemaker dinner for SALA.

Go on an indulgent journey as Bernadette Kaeding (lovingly known as Bernie to her friends) and partner Sam Kurtz from Red Art Wines and Michael Hall Wines will present their award-winning current vintage and cellar reserve wines at a long table winter feast. The wines will be matched to a three-course menu, designed by celebrated Barossa chef, Stuart Oldfield from Hand Made Catering.

The event officially launches Bernie’s portrait and book exhibition ‘True Stories: Portraits of Barossa Winemakers’. The book gracefully tells the true stories of the inner lives of Barossa winemakers, in a rare insight into the characters and culture of the Barossa, including of course the three winemakers the three winemakers from the dinner themselves.

‘True Stories: Portraits of Barossa Winemakers’ recently won Best Wine Writing Book Australia and Top 3 in the world at the Gourmand International Cookbook Awards 2016, while wine industry doyen James Halliday enthused, ‘Every photograph and its accompanying story is a joy to look at and to read.’

Held at The Light Gallery at the Centre for Creative Photography in the central Adelaide suburb of Marleston, the event is an exquisite intersection of fine art and wine, bringing the essence of the Barossa to the capital for Adelaide’s premier festival South Australian Living Art (SALA).

True Stories: Portraits of Barossa Winemakers
VIP Exhibition opening night and dinner
Three-course wine matched menu by Barossa chef Stuart Oldfield
Friday, 29th July 2016, 7pm
The Light Gallery at the Centre for Creative Photography
138 Richmond Road Marleston SA 5033
Bookings online:
Cost: $135 per head
Red Art Wines:
Michael Hall Wines:
Hand Made Catering:
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For further information or access to images, please contact the curator Alyssa Cavanagh at The Light Gallery, | 08 8354 0839.

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