Join us in the Mortlock Wing of the State Library of South Australia for a wine tasting with a twist of history.
The South Australian Wine Industry Association will host 8 South Australian Wineries on the 13th May for A Taste of Wine History, a pop-up wine event, bringing together wine and history as a part of South Australia’s 2022 History Festival.
As a very special treat, a lecture from historian Carolyn Spooner “Wonderful world of Wine”, will take place between the two sessions. This is free but bookings are essential.
To accompany the delicious drops will be tasty morsels served up by Food Lore. Food is included in the ticket price which is $20 + booking fee. This also includes a Great Wine Capital wine glass to keep and two tasting tokens allocated to the wineries in attendance for you to redeem.
Additional wine will be available for purchase directly from the wineries.
There are 2, two-hour sessions for this event, 3.00pm to 5.00pm and 6.00pm to 8.00pm, with a “Wonderful World of Wine” taking place in the intermission 5.15pm- 6.00pm. Tickets are limited so getting in early is advised to avoid missing out.
A Taste of Wine History is presented by the South Australian Wine Industry Association (SAWIA) and Adelaide a Great Wine Capital of the World.