The National Wine Center is a great place to visit, this state-level building has a very rich design, the wine is also a very unique variety here, very delicious feeling, you can also buy some wine tastings.
Free places like to see. There are a lot of wine here, and there is a wine lecture, I came in when I started talking about wine, so did not go in, and saw the clerk is recording a video of red wine. Anyone who likes red wine can go see it!
We had dinner here as part of the "Indo-Pacific" trip to Perth. The food is very good and the taste of the wine is very unique. You put a prepaid card into the slot above the wine you want to taste, put your glass on the spout, and press a button at the sound you want to taste a sample or half a cup. We think that is a good place.
Excellent venue for functions & weddings. Food & wine as you would expect- great!
Excellent wine center about wines in Australia, housed in Adelaide (near the Barossa Valley). Beautiful building with beautiful gardens, and some excellent information inside.
The National Wine Centre is situated at the eastern end of North Terrace, Adelaide in the east parklands and adjacent to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens.The building designed by Cox Grieve Gillett uses building materials to reflect items used in making wine.The exterior of the building looks like a section of a wine barrel. Outside the building are rows of grapevines, showing seven different varieties of grapes to curious visitors who normally would not have access to a vineyard to see the differences for themselves.
Great opportunity to learn about the Australian wine industry! We took the self-guided comprehensive tour of the center that ran through the Australian wine making process and history. The architecture of the wine center itself was fascinating as it was designed to look like an oak barrel.
This wine center is located in the southeast corner of the Adelaide Botanic Garden. We stumbled upon it on the way back from the Botanic Garden. There were many units listed at the door. It must be quite large, so we went in and took a look. Good guy, the scale is really big. A variety of wine labels, wine bottles, corks, metal bottle caps, wine glasses, decanters, oak barrels, everything, and the grape picking and wine making process is shown on the big screen. Of course, you can also spend money to attend lectures, wine tasting and other activities! We didn't have an appointment or time to participate in any activities, just amused, it feels good!