It's probably South Australia's quirkiest party, and let's be honest, one of the most fun ones too.
Serafino Wines' answer to the glamping craze is the return of their exclusive event for Tasting Australia.
The distillery behind coriander leaf gin is back with a fresh, fruity flavour.
Explore one of McLaren Vale's best kept secrets, while enjoying an incredible 6-course dinner.
Vinomofo’s Homeless Grapes Project returns to McLaren Vale.
One Adelaide's biggest is coming back on Sunday 3 March! Grapes of Mirth and it's at one of Adelaide's most gorgeous wineries.
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.
Craft beer company Swell Brewing Co. to open brewery and taphouse in McLaren Vale.
With outrageous costumes, incredible wine, unbelievable food, and world-class views, the Surrealist Ball is again being held at the d'Arenberg Cube.
A January after hours event at the Cube which combines the winning combo of wine and music with nuggets. That’s right, nuggets.
CBD & Vines is the ultimate wine lover's festival, coming right to the city in February.
Rosè galore, dancing and more. Rosè Riot has got your rosè, food truck and live music cravings covered.
New executive chef, Daniel Armon, is taking the already beautiful Serafino Winery to new levels
Coriole are gathering Adelaide’s most accomplished young soloists and an orchestra of professional Baroque players to perform in the The Barrel Room followed by a picnic in their gorgeous gardens.
Sarah Marquis is the CEO and the chief winemaker of the McLaren Vale wine label, has been recognised as the best Owner/Operator of the Year at the Women in Wine Awards.
Wine + food + a day out in the sunshine sounds like our #weekendgoals.
S.C. Pannell is hosting a Spring Release Garden Party with delicious wines, chill tunes and a seafood feast!
Here's one way to make sure your December is seriously merry!
Next January, the summer heat, and Serafino Winery will make the perfect playground for one of South Australia's most anticipated festivals.
The ‘wineup’ for this year’s Hot Dub is spinning heads. Hot Dub’s spectacle Wine Machine returns home to South Australia in December this year, hosting their third annual, wine-cheese-hug-fuelled evening of live music and celebrations at Penny’s Hill in McLaren Vale. Headlining this year, indie-rock legends San Cisco and dance floor starters Confidence Man will have winers […]