Experience Friday knock-offs drinks like never before with WineLab, a pop-up, knock-off wine experience held at UniSA’s MOD from 5 – 8pm on Friday 18 October.
Presented by the South Australian Wine Industry Association, this event combines wine, art and science in the hopes of uncovering how they play a central role in the wine industry.
Going from 5pm until 8pm, WineLab will host some of the most innovative and respected names in South Australian wine, including Shut the Gate, Longview, Karrawatta, Zonte’s Footsteps, Levrier by Jo Irvine, Deviation Road, The Pawn and Bleasdale.
A $5 entry fee provides guests with a free souvenir wine glass, enabling them to purchase wine by the half glass, full glass or bottle. There will also be free wine tastings from 5-6pm as well as a delicious grazing table offering scrumptious treats provided by Food Lore Kitchen.
Through a variety of pop-up talks by a variety of wine scientists and enthusiasts, WineLab will offer people the opportunity to discover things about wine you never thought existed.
Tantalise your taste buds with a wine sensory experience offered by staff from the Australian Wine Research Institute in an attempt to explore the senses and human palate.
Under the guidance of Armando Corsi, Senior Marketing Scientist at the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science at UniSA, you can also explore the taste buds of the Chinese market for Australian wine, translating western tastes into Asian flavours.
And for those who have ever wondered if various factors affect our perception in flavour, Graham Ellender from the University of Adelaide will present an informative talk on this, exploring how extrinsic factors such as music, glassware and mood affect our perceptions of wine flavour.
WineLab will offer Friday knock-offs with a twist is a for those who want to experience wine in a whole new light.
The WineLab will be held at MOD. UniSA on North Terrace on Friday 18 October from 5pm until 8pm.