Winos and foodies unite! The National Wine Centre is set to become host to some of the state's premiere wine regions come August 28.
The venue will be hosting the 2016 Winter Food & Wine Festival, allowing punters to indulge in more than 35 wines from SA’s main wine regions: McLaren Vale, Clare Valley, Adelaide Hills, Barossa Valley and Coonawarra — all while in the heart of the CBD.
In addition to all that wine, you can expect a gorgeous view on the terrace, overlooking the Adelaide Botanic Gardens wetlands while the Centre’s Executive Chef, Tze Khaw (try saying that ten times fast after some wine), will cook up some decadent winter treats, using the best seasonal ingredients.
The day will also have a suitably cruisy background soundtrack of live acoustic music by Brian Ruiz, followed by Entertainment Adelaide.
If that's not enough, you can expand your wine knowledge by attending a master class, hosted by industry experts, for $25 per person.
Meet the Maker Master Classes:
Bookings are essential as spaces are limited.
Tastings: $2 per wine
Glasses: from $6
Bottles: from $30
When: August 28
Where: National Wine Centre
Why: 2016 Winter Food & Wine
Festival Tickets available via EventBrite
Header image via National Wine Centre, body image via bestrestaurants.com.au
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