Take off your ugg boots, get out from under that blanket, and shake yourself and your friends out of their winter hibernation for an evening – it’s time to socialise with a wine in hand.
Ten wineries are popping up in the foyer and Mammals Gallery of the South Australian Museum on Friday, July 13, all of whom are keen to share with you some very drinkable treats – wines that have been resting and maturing in preparation for this very moment.
This Christmas, rather than giving something that will only collect dust, why not give the gift of an exciting (and educational) experience!
The National Wine Education & Training Centre’s gift vouchers are the ideal gift for the wine lover interested in developing their palate, or a novice just starting off on their wine appreciation adventure.
The National Wine Centre’s always popular Champagne Fest was held Sunday, October 29th, 2018 and the National Wine Education & Training Centre was lucky enough to be involved. NWETC wine educator Yaelle Satlman presented two sparkling wine masterclasses, each one full with eager bubbly-lovers looking to learn more about their favourite wine style.
The NWETC has just finished hosting the Cellar Door Experience at the Royal Adelaide Show.
Now in its 14th year, the Cellar Door Experience sees the NWETC collaborate with the Royal Horticultural Society to present one of the most popular attractions in the Foodland Taste SA pavilion. Over ten days, from 1 -10 September, NWETC wine educators conducted 5 wine appreciation sessions per day, with some sessions matching wine with cheese from B. -d. Farms Paris Creek and smallgoods from Barossa Fine Foods.
More than 150 international university students studying in Adelaide experienced a taste of Australia on Wednesday the 16th August at the Australian Wine Showcase 2017, held at the National Wine Centre.
The seventh annual Australian Wine Showcase was a collaborative event, with Wine Australia, Study Adelaide, the National Wine Centre and us here at the NWETC and introduces the students to an impressive range of Australian wine and familiarise students with producers from more than 20 Australian wine regions.