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Review: Hot Dub Wine Machine


Review: Hot Dub Wine Machine

Nadia von Bertouch

Back for the second year running, Hot Dub Wine Machine delivered a day of delicious wine and even tastier tunes, as festival goers danced the night away to a countdown of classic party anthems.  

The stunning Serafino Wines provided the ideal summer setting for a festival, with the picturesque vineyards of McLaren Vale making the perfect backdrop.   

A variety of pop up bars, markets, and food stalls made sure there was a little bit of something for everyone to enjoy on the day.

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Not only did festival goers taste some of SA’s finest locally produced wine and food, the line-up also featured some of SA’s best local music talents. Bad//Dreems and Heaps Good Friends both played sets to hyped crowds, with the always impressive Germain Sisters and Godlands adding to the local talent.

Alongside Hot Dub Time Machine, the headlining acts for the day included The Presets, Linda Marigliano, and Melbourne DJ, Benson.


As the second to last act for the night, The Presets made sure the party was well and truly going in preparation for Hot Dub. The set included their latest track, ‘Do What You Want’, and ended with a throwback to some of their most popular tunes ‘My People’ and ‘Talk Like That’.

Coming off the energy of The Presets’ set, Hot Tub (DJ Tom Loud) hit the stage and was ready to keep the good times rolling, taking it all the way back to the 1950’s with ‘Rock Around the Clock’.

The Hot Dub party continued on for the next hour or so, with hit song after song following on from one decade to another until finally making it back to 2017.

Festival goers couldn’t have asked for a better day, with the Adelaide weather turning it on for a perfect summer’s festival filled with good wine and good tunes.


Best. Chardy. Ever.

All images via Patrick Steven