Don’t head into hibernation this winter, stick around for a drink or two at the inaugural Sip & Sounds event at the National Wine Centre. With the event encouraging a warming affair, prepare for a day of gourmet food, robust wine and relaxing local music on Sunday, July 22.
Sip & Sounds is part of this year’s Umbrella: Winter City Sounds event and is ensuring our state's festive mood bears through this chilly winter. The centre is said to emulate an urban cellar door, in which guests will experience exclusive and critically-acclaimed wines that our nation offers.
A star-studded line up of local craft breweries and distilleries will be present with premier ranges of their distinguished beverages. With great wine, comes great food! Expect decadent dishes to be prepared by the centre’s highly acclaimed chefs to coincide with your glass of red or white.
The event is synonymous with organisers Music SA, with a spectacle of local talented musicians letting their melodies set the atmosphere for the night. With elegant wine, appetising food and transcendent harmonies, there’s no need to stay at home in front of the fireplace to keep warm. Take it upon yourself to see, that the depths of winter are truly just an invincible summer.
Sip & Sounds is set for Sunday, July 22, with doors opening at 11am with tickets at $50 per person or $45 per person for groups of ten or more. Set the date aside to thaw out this winter’s chill with a day rich in wine, food and music.
Visit Eventbrite at this link here for tickets and booking information.
What: Sip & Sounds Festival
Where: National Wine Centre
When: Sunday July, 22nd
Header Image credit to The National Wine Centre Of Australia
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