Leading business people and celebrities in America’s “Big Apple”, New York, will get to hear about Australia’s largest family owned brewery, Coopers at a special black tie gala event on Wall Street this Friday (January 18).
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Daring to re-invent the traditional Crush events held in the Adelaide Hills each year, Longview Vineyard owners Peter and Mark Saturno are again transforming their Macclesfield vineyard into a live art show, dance party, wine showcase and BBQ joint.
This New Year’s Eve, we have plenty of options of what to do and where to go in Adelaide. We’ve also included some great ideas from Sydney if you’re planning on travelling interstate for the festivities.
One of Australia’s leading butchers, Adam Stratton, has mastered the art of cooking the perfect crackling – a very handy thing to know at Christmas time, and he’s shared his secret with us!
Wondering where to go over the Christmas break for a cheeky drink? We’ve got you covered. With some of Adelaide’s best places to go after dark, you’ll want to see what’s on our list!
The Little Road Racquet Society presents 4 films over 4 nights with 4 winemakers and local food stalls set on an original lawn tennis court tucked away amongst the Vineyards of Whites valley, Willunga.
A new venture by 2012 My Kitchen Rules winner Jennifer Evans, which has taken her back to her Thai heritage, is about to heat things up in the kitchen.
Off the back of World AIDS Day (December 1st) homewares and event specialists Cain Rumbelow & Markus Hammence of Louis Bond are teaming up with fashion force Filip Odzak of Fashion Squared to bring a little bit of Red Ribbon to the social set of Adelaide.
The Cellar Door Wine Festival, established and run by the Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC), to showcase the best South Australian wines and local produce to visitors, has been recognised with two national awards for excellence by the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA).
The South Australian Tourism Industry Council has named the Adelaide Convention Centre’s own Cellar Door Wine Festival as the winner of the 2012 South Australian Tourism Award in the Festival and Events category.
For the first time, one winemaker has won both the People’s Choice Award and the Young Gun of Wine.
Emerging food producers will be given the opportunity to showcase their products together with some of South Australia’s internationally renowned wineries at the award winning Cellar Door Wine Festival Adelaide in February 2013.
Over 9,000 people swarmed to the Gilles Street Grand Bazaar over the weekend, which was a new record for the popular fashion & vintage market event, this time hosting over 130 stalls.
If you’ve outgrown the large dust-bowl music festivals with poor facilities and sound, Gorgeous Festival is worth a re-think and looks set to be one of South Australia’s premier music events for 2013.
Fork on the Road brings Adelaide’s food trucks, vans, bikes and stalls together in one place in a celebration of scrumptious street food. The first gathering is happening this Friday 30 November from 11am to 3pm in Victoria Square/ Tarndanyangga.
Verdun Park Wines ‘Albert Arthur’ Shiraz wins Gold at the Adelaide Hills Wine Show and the first vintage of Verdun Park Wines ‘Ruby’ Rosé is released.
Adelaide has a hot new destination – Onyx Dessert Lounge, 163 O’Connell Street, North Adelaide.
Jacob’s Creek Visitor Centre has again been given the nod as one of the State’s best tourism attractions, winning the Best Tourism Restaurants & Catering Services category at the South Australian Tourism Awards on November 23rd.
Hot on the heels of winning a hat trick at the Clare Valley Wine Show, Jim Barry Wines 2012 Lodge Hill Riesling has swept all before it, last night being acknowledged as the best wine in Australia, at the Dan Murphy’s National Wine Show in Canberra.
The National Wine Centre’s Christmas Uncorked event is traditionally a massive affair with the French champagne flowing, the food delectable and the music capping off an amazing night!