Barossa Valley favourite Two Hands Wines has this month been introducing its visitors to its latest offering, ‘Brutus’, a custom caravan wine bar situated in the middle of their courtyard and open to all on weekends.
The official opening of ‘Brutus’ at Two Hands will be held at the end of this month on Saturday, 30th October with their ‘Brutus, Bubbles and Beats’ event. The afternoon will be headlined by celebrated DJ Mark Kamleh, with Louis Roederer NV Champagne by the glass, and a plate of artisan oysters from ‘Gazander’ in Coffin Bay or cheese plates to kick-off the Brutus season.
Two Hands Wines has been opening their new venture, ‘Brutus’ since the beginning of October, opening every Friday through to Sunday from 1pm to 6.30pm, and will continue to do so through the rest of spring, summer and autumn (weather permitting).
A custom-built spitfire caravan, ‘Brutus’ is decked out in the Two Hands colours and presents as a wine bar that slings your favourite Two Hands wines, coffin bay oysters and simple charcuterie boards, served up either in the courtyard or on their spacious lawn that overlooks the sweeping vineyards.
The bar is named after the patriarch of the vineyard’s family of Scottish Highland cattle, ‘Brutus’. He’s known for taking guard of the Seppeltsfield Road property, and hence earned his naming rights. It was managing director, Michael Twelftree who endearingly named ‘Brutus’, after a character in his favourite childhood comic, Asterix.
Two Hands has always given us a reason to return for a visit, but this latest offering makes it the perfect place to linger, sip and soak in the atmosphere of the gorgeous Seppeltsfield Road, and enjoy the ambience that ‘Brutus’ brings to the table.
The bar’s official launch is sure to be a sell-out event, so make sure to secure your place to check out the Barossa’s latest wine bar venture.
What? ‘Brutus, Bubbles and Beats’
Where? Two Hands Wines, Barossa Valley
When? Saturday, October 30th 2021, 1pm-5pm
To find out more and purchase tickets to this exclusive event, visit the Two Hands website.