You ever look around and just think about how lucky you are to live in South Australia? Well, you should. We’re truly blessed with some gorgeous, unique wine regions, and it would really be a pity not to admire and celebrate them the way they deserve. It’s just like the old saying goes, “Stop and smell the rosè.”
What do you mean that’s not how it goes?
Honestly, we could sing the praises of our wine regions forever, but let’s get to the point… which one is our favourite? We know it’s a hard question, so The Arkaba Hotel is hosting their annual Battle of the SA Regions to find out! Pencil in Sunday the 12th of August, cause that’s when the battle will go down.
Wineries from the Barossa Valley and McLaren Vale are now competing against Adelaide Hills and Limestone Coast wineries in a ‘winner takes all’ event! You get to taste over 200 wines from the different regions, and then vote on which your favourite region isWe’ve got a huge diversity of wines in South Australia, from the Barossa Valley with its neighbouring warm and cool climate growing conditions to the McLaren Vale’s Mediterranean climate driving the region’s unique wine style; there’s the Adelaide Hills’ cool, high altitude environment producing distinctive and elegant wines and the Limestone Coast ,which allows for longer ripening periods or fuller flavours depending on which part of the region you visit.
Not to mention, there’ll be live music throughout the afternoon by the Nick Deegan Duo, so you’ll be serenaded beautifully whilst sipping on award winning wines.
To WIN 2 x double passes comment with the name of somebody you want to bring along on the Facebook post HERE. The tickets are valued at $90.
Or grab your tickets here today!
Price: $35 (or $45 at the door on the night) they include entry, a tasting glass and all tastings (that’s 200 wines—yes, please!).
Where: Arkaba Hotel 150 Glen Osmond Road, Fullarton, Adelaide, SA
When: Sunday 12 August
Time: 12pm – 4pm
Come along and find out the answer to an ever unanswered question… which South Australia wine region triumphs over them all?!