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Adelaide Hills Open Minds

When:

Fri 1 Dec 2017, 4:30pm–7:30pm

Where: Ebenezer Place, Ebenezer Place, Adelaide CBD

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Souvenir Wine Glass: $5.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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The Adelaide Hills wine region produces some of the most elegant and finessed cool climate wines in the world, not to mention wines so moreish and thirst quenching it’s hard not to spend your day dreaming about sipping them on a summer’s eve.

If this sounds like your idea of heaven then you’re in luck! 20 wineries are making the ramble down the hill to Ebenezer Place on Friday, December 1st to open minds with the sheer diversity of wine the region has to offer.

The party begins at 4:30pm where you can meet and mingle with the likes of Lansdowne Vineyard, Mt. Lofty Ranges Vineyard, Golden Child Wines, Simon Tolley Wines, Top Note Wines, Chain of Ponds, Honey Moon Vineyard, Catlin Wines, Scott & La Prova Wines, Mt Bera Vineyards, Karrawatta, The Pawn Wine Co., Wicks Estate, New Era Vineyards, Somerled Wines, O’Leary Walker Wines, Howard Vineyard, Henschke, Lambrook and XO Wine Co.

For entry into the pop-up event download the 365 days of wine and food app and purchase a $5 souvenir wine glass at the event. Then it’s time to make the only truly hard decision of the night—what to drink? Wines are for sale by the half glass and the glass, but event goers may also like to buy by the bottle to take home or out to Friday night dinner.