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National Wine Centre of Australia
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US$50.74*
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Adelaide City Highlights Tour
Ranked #21 of 187 things to do in Adelaide
Certificate of Excellence
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Recommended length of visit: 2-3 hours
Owner description: Situated on the edge of Adelaide's stunning Botanic Gardens the centre combines eye-catching architecture with smooth functionality to create an exciting tourism venue which showcases the Australian wine industry. Awarded the Best Tourism Initiative at the 2013 Hotels Industry Awards for Excellence, the National Wine Centre is an architectural treat but what it holds inside is the real attraction. The complex features outdoor terrace areas with views of the centre's courtyard and Botanic Gardens.Guests can complete their experience by tasting fine Australian wines, or enjoying a meal from our seasonal a la carte menu in the ground floor Cellar Door. Discover all there is to do at the National Wine Centre, perfect to accommodate everyone from the complete novice to the wine connoisseur!
Reviewed 5 June 2018

Invited here to a function on a Friday night two weeks ago. Food, wine and service was exceptional. The venue is located in a great part of Adelaide.

Thank Carol W
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Reviewed 3 June 2018

Readily accessible venue adjacent to Botanic Gardens. Appealing design. Exhibits/ experiences are still a work in progress and even when completed my be rather limited. Lunch and brunch offerings are thoroughly enjoyable and thoughtfully sized. 120 wines avaiable for tasting with a high end system supporting same. Unvlear whether there was any overarching logic to the wine offering

Thank 779jim
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Reviewed 29 May 2018

Found this place while wondering the botanical gardens and its a place not to be missed; food and wine was excellent and so too was the interactive wine making in the museum and was just a lovely place to relax on a sunny afternoon. The architecture was also added to the atmosphere. A must on the to do list while in Adelaide

Thank Harry J
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Reviewed 28 May 2018 via mobile

Invited here to attend an event. A great looking venue with fantastically helpful and friendly staff. The food that was provided was plentiful and enjoyable. Obviously all prepared with great care and attention. The wine selection was excellent and served promptly.

Thank Graeme S
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Reviewed 28 May 2018

Adelaide is associated with wine, so the presence of such a center is logical, as in Bordeaux, Chianti or Rioja. It is interesting to get acquainted with the history of the formation of winemaking from scratch. An interesting device for determining the grape variety, because people can easily describe what they see, what they hear, but it is impossible to describe the touch to the end without referring to analogues. The only but crucial drawback is the price of tasting. To put it mildly, overstated. If we consider that in the Barossa valley tasting is usually free, then it is unreasonable to pay here.

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