With the sun out, the temperatures on the rise and the buds bursting, aren’t you just in the mood for a good Spring Affair?
On September 30, the Sunday of the Labour Day long weekend, some of the wineries of McLaren Vale will put their best foot forward with a lazy day of regional produce, live music, and of course, plenty of wine for Spring Affair.
The food, wine and music festival is now in its fifth year, and celebrates the bud burst of spring and enjoying the sunshine with friends.
And this year it’s even bigger, with wineries d’Arenberg, Penny’s Hill and Serafino taking part for the first time.
They’re joining Spring Affair founders Maxwell, Paxton Wines and Coriole Vineyards.
You can either join a tour, which leave from a range of pubs around Adelaide, or drive yourself to three wineries.
Don’t feel like moving around? There’s also an option to spend the whole day at one winery.
Keen as a bean? You’ll want to get in quick – tickets are selling fast.
To buy tickets and arrange your itinerary, head to springaffair.com.au.