Images courtesy of Tapanappa Wines
Located in a serene valley in the Adelaide Hills and known for stellar single estate chardonnay, Tapanappa Wines is a hidden gem of sorts.
If not noticeable for its gorgeous grounds, then the sleek, architectural cellar door is sure to catch your eye.
To celebrate the start of vintage at Tapanappa, the winery is reviving an extra event, with plans to make it a yearly tradition.
Tapanappa has brought back Sundown Cinema with another wine themed movie night, set to take place January 30.
Relax with a glass of wine on the Tapanappa lawns and watch the hugely entertaining 2008 movie Bottle Shock.
“A classic wine film based on a true story of the early days of California wine making, featuring the now infamous blind Paris wine tasting of 1976 that has come to be known as the Judgement of Paris”
Pack a picnic, your friends and family, chair or bean bag, cosy clothes and a blanket for a fun night out.
It gets cold at night in the Adelaide Hills so remember to bring along warm clothes.
The event is strictly no BYO as wine and beer will be available for purchase on the night.
Gates open at 7pm with the movie starting at 9pm. Tickets are $25 per person and the team will setup and reserve pallet tables for all guests.
Find Tapanappa Wines at 15 Spring Gully Rd, Piccadilly SA.
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