Photos by Ray Warren
The Mortlock Chamber and the Circulating Library of the State Library of South Australia is one of the masterpieces of SA architecture, and had been one of our favourite places for a long time. In addition to being part of a functioning library, the breathtaking building has been acknowledged amongst the most beautiful libraries in the world, making the Huffington Post’s list of The World’s Most Beautiful Libraries. A list that it undoubtedly belongs on!
It’s a little wonder that it’s a popular choice for functions and weddings on the lower ground, but there’s always a catch – you need to be invited.
No need to grovel for entry as you now have the chance to join Paul Clark, owner and Winemaker, in the beautiful Circulating Library, as he guides you through the history of Shiraz Vintages from 2011 to the present, highlighting the changes through the years.
Kersbrook Hill Wines and Cider’s vision is to produce wines of the highest possible quality, in a style that is truly distinctive and providing both the connoisseur and the everyday drinker with an experience to remember.
Find out more about the event, which is being held on May 14 here. Tickets are $25 and places are limited.