The two iconic McLaren Vale venues announced the purchase earlier today, and are situated just 5 minutes drive away from each other in the beautiful wine region.
Looking for a corporate EOFY party destination, or a team building activity idea? Here's some fun things to do around SA to make it easy to organise something.
Guests will get a glimpse inside the inner sanctum and engine room of d’Arenberg’s original cellars, which few are able to experience.
For the first time in months, the d’Arenberg Cube and d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant will return to opening 7 days per week.
While we’re all devestated we can’t visit our favourite cellar doors right now, it hasn’t stopped the coveted Gourmet Traveller Cellar Door Awards for 2020 from being revealed. Makes for a nice little to do list once we’re all back on our feet, don’t you think? Here’s who took out the top spots in South […]
We’ve done the careful research to discover which wineries serve up a fabulous lunch to add to your afternoon in one of our state’s finest wine regions.
Conveniently slated for the October long weekend, the lawns of Polly's Wine Lounge will be hosting all the essentials for an English Garden Party.
Three South Australian wineries have made it into the Top 50 Vineyards in the World at the inaugural annual World’s Best Vineyard Awards.
Chef Reschke, along with wife and Restaurant Manager Jo, is running an absolutely incredible competition. Three prizes are available, given away in pairs.
Every Friday starting TODAY, Polly's Wine Lounge in the d'Arenberg Homestead is staying open later and will have a different hearty winter dinner offering.
The exhibition began in March this year and was scheduled to end in May has received extremely positive response and has now been extended.
To make your wine-loving lives a little easier we’ve not only broken the Sea and Vines Festival down for you, but we’ve also picked out our favourite events and locations to head to across the course of your long weekend.
It's probably South Australia's quirkiest party, and let's be honest, one of the most fun ones too.
With a list of achievements longer than your arm, this new South Australian dining destination continues to impress, with a new award to hang it's two hats on.
With outrageous costumes, incredible wine, unbelievable food, and world-class views, the Surrealist Ball is again being held at the d'Arenberg Cube.
McLaren Vale’s d’Arenberg Cube has been awarded yet another accolade, this time recognised internationally for its unique design.
We know you don't want to miss Sea & Vines so we've compiled a list of the best events in the festival to attend over the three days.
The d'Arenberg Cube has received a prestigious Good Design Award®, the highest honour for design innovation in Australia, announced at the 60th Annual Ceremony held at the Sydney Opera House on 17 May.
Check out some of the photos from the d'Arenberg Cube's gala event to open Tasting Australia: the Surrealist Ball.
If Willy Wonka owned a restaurant, you would imagine it would be just like the d’Arenberg Cube; full of whimsical touches, bright & colourful decoration and offering a creatively brilliant sensory experience for visitors.