A unique health and wellness workshop followed by wine meditation and a gorgeous lunch. Sounds like heaven.
Glam Adelaide looks back on 20 years of Bird In Hand and what a cracker couple of decades it has been.
Nestled in the back streets of Kensington Park, this Adelaide institution plays host to some great long lunches, showcasing some of South Australia's best wines alongside a mouth-watering degustation menu to match!
With a six-course Degustation, matching wines and the soothing sounds of Paige Renee Court, this is a Long Lunch not to be missed.
Here's some of the best events happening around South Australia this month.
Inspired by our busy celebs we have made you a guide to booze made by Aussie celebrities.
The King William Road locale continues to capture the essence of coastal luxe as it evolves its stock for the cooler months.
We've rounded up the bars, restaurants and shopping precincts open over Easter long weekend.
Get ready to salivate as we bring you some amazing seafood and white wine pairings from our fave SA wineries...
The Gallery restaurant at Bird In Hand welcomes renowned Chef Carlos Astudillo.
Here's our round up of some of the best food and wine events happening across the three-day festival.
One of the best things about the Crush Festival is all of the amazing long lunches and dinners! Here's a few of our faves.
Bird in Hand is unashamedly for those who are seeking one of the most prestigious venue in the picturesque Adelaide Hills.
Summer should be spent entertaining outdoors but before you invited your friends over check out these six essentials to make your next shindig a breeze.
Check out this gorgeous collection of photos from the two major events over the weekend at Bird In Hand winery.
Friday night kick off's can't get better than heading to the hills for a night of Missy Higgins performing live under the stars and amongst the vines.
It's called 'The Italian Range' and we bet it tastes as good as it looks!
The sunshine. The fresh air. The wine. It's time to head out and find your new favourite cellar door.
Of the 2,854 tasted, it's hardly a surprise to use that this was the result.
All the Rose! All the Festival! All the Charcuterie! Do we even do these things anymore without calling them a 'Festival'?