Drink and dance the night away

Stanthorpe Border Post - - LIFE WHAT'S ON -

KEFI is a unique and lively func­tion with a Greek theme, pre­sented by Komi­nos Wines.

On Satur­day, Septem­ber 30, from 6.30pm, Tony and Mary Comino will host their an­nual Kefi on the Gran­ite Belt and again ex­pect to draw large wine-lov­ing crowds dur­ing the week­end.

Tony said vis­i­tors would be able to revel in the range of Greek food match­ing with Komi­nos Wines.

“The night fea­tures wines we grow and make here on our vine­yards, with a de­li­cious ar­ray of Greek cui­sine,” he said.

“Tra­di­tion­ally, we pro­duce wines from Euro­pean su­per pre­mium va­ri­eties like sau­vi­gnon blanc, shi­raz, mer­lot and caber­net sau­vi­gnon but also have de­li­cious al­ter­nate va­ri­eties like mus­cat fron­tig­nan.”

Del­i­ca­cies in­clude le­mon-in­fused lamb and mer­lot and rose­mary mar­i­nated beef, dol­mades, mous­saka and baklava.

“Join us and dance to the live Greek bouzouki and Latin mu­sic,” Mary said.

Tony de­scribed the tra­di­tional Greek dance mu­sic as a “so­cial dance”.

“It’s a very vi­brant at­mos­phere.

“Peo­ple en­joy it – it’s a great night,” he said.

Vis­i­tors are urged to se­cure their tick­ets as soon as pos­si­ble.

Tick­ets must be pre-booked.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

PARTY TIME: Last year's Kefi at Komi­nos Wines was an­other big suc­cess, at­tract­ing a huge crowd.

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