National Wine Centre of Australia, Adelaide

3.9
#1 of 51 in Wineries in Greater Adelaide
Winery / Vineyard Educational Site
Learn about wine-making through interactive exhibitions at National Wine Centre of Australia. The public exhibition building displays the technology and wine varieties used to make wine. There are wine tasting areas looking onto the botanic gardens. Walk outside the building that resembles a wine barrel to see grapevines. See National Wine Centre of Australia and all Adelaide has to offer by arranging your trip with our Adelaide tourist route planner.
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  • We visited the wine centre on a weekend break and I have to say we thought that we missed something... There was a wedding on so it may have been that some of the exhibits were not available, but ther...  more »
  • Loved this place, especially trying all the different wines in the cafe... In heaven! Great place on a Friday afternoon for lunch and sit outside in the sunshine..  more »
  • We were able to entertain our children in the interactive part of the centre which they enjoyed. We then sampled some of the selection of wine on offer with a platter all of which was fantastic value.  more »
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  • Recommend the interactive wine exhibit upstairs at the National Wine Centre for anyone not overly familiar with, but interested in learning more about wine. Information about wine is highly accessible i.e different varietals, history of wine/Australia's different wine regions (including smaller regions) and introduction to the wine-making process. The exhibit itself is difficult to find, so signage could be improved.
  • Beautiful, but unless you are already fascinated by wine you may find yourself admiring the architecture more than the exhibits. Very cool building right beside the botanical gardens.
  • Well worth a visit if you have any interest at all in wine. The building is impressive even if you don't.
  • Was there for a work function. Food was of a high standard, cooked well, good combinations.
  • There are good stuff to learn about wine but it wasn't easy to find someone to ask questions. The wine tasting bar has a great range, just be aware to set yourself a budget as you need to pay for each sample and it's easy to get overboard.