We don’t want to name drop, but, Think Talk Food Wine has some of the most dynamic, influential, forward-thinking people and provocateurs in one place.
We don’t want to name drop, but, Think Talk Food Wine has some of the most dynamic, influential, forward-thinking people and provocateurs in one place. On Tuesday April 8 at the National Wine centre as part of the second annual Adelaide Food & Wine Festival we invite you to participate in a food and wine forum with a difference. It’s going to be a melting pot of ideas, thoughts, creativity, people and provenance. Within the setting of the national wine centre we hope to encourage dialogue, discussion and debate along with birthing some great ideas that will have the potential to change the game in South Australia. As with any regular forum there will be opportunities for networking, education and conversation but where TTFWSA takes a great leap forward is that every voice that attends counts and has an opportunity to participate and be heard. Our theme for the day is “competition or collaboration” and 20 speakers, leaders in their fields, will each have five minutes on this topic. After a lovely lunch and wine tasting from the Hot 100 the forum will break into groups with speakers as mentors to brainstorm ideas with either competition or collaboration at their base. These will then be presented back to the forum. One idea per group. We know TTFWSA will stir things up, create movement and celebrate South Australia, with tangible outcomes. Get along, it’s going to be amazing. All food and wine is included in the cost for this event. The Adelaide Food and Wine festival are offering Adelaide Review readers a 10% discount off of the purchase price. Your code is: ADLreview By Gil Gordon Smith and Amanda James-Pritchard Click here to purchase tickets and enter your code