Set to reopen in, "early October," (translation: any day now y'all, livers at the ready), The National Wine Centre's popular Wined Bar is undergoing a springtime-spruce, meaning the largest wine tasting experience in Australia is soon to be a pleasure for all your other senses as well!
NWC General Manager Adrian Emeny of the exciting new developments says, “After 18 months of operation, Wined Bar has proved to be a very popular offering. On review and comment from visitors, we’ve decided to further invest in the consumer experience with an improved offering that will provide greater accessibility, atmosphere and emphasis on food,” Mr Emeny said.
“Food and wine matching will be more prevalent and we’re working on an exciting new menu that will complement the extensive range of wines on offer.”
While Adelaide certainly has no shortage of fine restaurants to get the tastebuds a-tingling, for a long time city-slickers have been forced to venture into the hills or further to get an authentic wine-tasting experience. While the journey is most definitely worth it to visit SA's renowned vineyards and cellar doors, it must be conceded that travel and alcohol go together quite poorly.
Promising to combine the city's urban spirit with rustic touches from the wineries being showcased, not to mention 2500 wine bottles hanging suspended from the ceiling, the revamped Wined Bar seems certain to impress!
You can find more information HERE.
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