Wolf Blass Gallery and Museum – Tour and Tasting

Wolf Blass has brought his legacy to the historic town of Hahndorf, showcasing fifty-two years of winemaking history at Wolf Blass Gallery and Museum. After three and-a-half years in the making, the collection was relocated from Wolf Blass Wines in the Barossa to the German village-style town of Hahndorf in late August of this year….

Kimbolton Wines – Cellar Door Launch

Kimbolton Wines have recently opened their first cellar door to the public in the Fleurieu Peninsula’s booming wine metropolis of Langhorne Creek. Designed by award-winning architect Damien Chwalisz and constructed from four industrial shipping containers, the cellar door only took six weeks to build just in time for those wine-filled summer soirees. Planted in 1911…

Howard Vineyard – Spring Menu Launch

Howard Vineyard is a picturesque winery located just outside of Mt Barker. With beautifully manicured gardens and a rustic stone barn housing their charismatic cellar door, the Howard vineyard offers unique experiences for any guest. After some renovations they recently unveiled their new Cellar Door and Restaurant space, accompanied by a new Spring Menu Launch,…

The Lane Vineyard – New Terrace

When we visited The Lane Vineyard only a month ago, the open area beneath their tasting room was just a rustic carpark of packed earth. It has since been transformed into an elegant outdoor entertaining terrace, designed to allow winery visitors the opportunity to enjoy the idyllic vineyard in a relaxed alfresco style. On our…

Adelaide Wine Markets

Hands up who loves wine tours!! What’s not to love about chatting with wine makers while trying new wines and improving your knowledge of all things vino. But there’s the pesky issue of a designated drive to take you from cellar door to cellar door, the number of people you can fit in a car…

Wangolina Wines

As I sit at my desk, reflecting on the evening with Wangolina Wines at Fine & Fettle, STILL salivating over the delicious mushroom and truffle arancini balls I can’t help but do so in character, swirling my glass of Montepulciano! As a young wine enthusiast (if I do say so myself) I love connecting with…

Tomich Wines – 2019 Adelaide Fringe Collection Launch Party

“What if we could bring the vineyard and the wine to the Fringe?” questioned CEO of Tomich Wines, Randal Tomich on Wednesday night at the launch of the 2019 Adelaide Fringe Collection by Tomich Wines. Adelaide Food Central were delighted to be invited to the launch of Tomich Wines’ second Fringe collection held at the…

Coates Wines – An Italian Feast

Nestled between the pines of Kuitpo forest and Adelaide’s rolling hills is the quaint Coates Winery, home to some of the region’s best food and wine. Last Saturday they hosted their second Wine Lunch, collaborating with resident chef Rebecca Stubbs to provide their guests with a traditional Italian feast. Each dish was expertly crafted by…

Kay Brothers

This past weekend, we took a trip down to one of Adelaide’s favourite wine regions, McLaren Vale. We headed to the historic Kay Brothers winery to take a heritage tour and indulge in a private tasting. It’s an experience for true wine lovers, but wine novices looking to learn a bit more about the process…

McLaren Vale’s Spring Affair Festival 2018

South Australia makes good use of the extra leisure time available on our long weekends, with wine tours held throughout the year in our various iconic regions. The October Labour Day long weekend has now become known for the Spring Affair, a celebration of sunshine, wine, food and music in McLaren Vale. Now in it’s…