Wine. It’s part of the South Australian way of life.
Home to nine distinct wine regions from Coonawarra, McLaren Vale and Barossa Valley, South Australia has made its mark as the wine capital of Australia. The Seppeltsfield Winery is now home to architecture award-winning JamFactory gallery, shop and artist studios, a new cellar door and FINO restaurant offering a unique food, wine and design experience like no other. Seppeltsfield has celebrated its unique collection of buildings dating back to 1850, transforming the heritage-listed Stables building and original bottling hall by allowing a team of architects, restaurateurs, furniture designers, and local artists and craftspeople to work together to revitalise one of the first wineries in Australia. In partnership with the Australian Institute of Architects and The Adelaide Review, design writer Nathan Crane will lead the next Design Conversations event with the creative minds behind the wineries renaissance, including:
- Warren Randell, Seppeltsfield Winery
- Steve Grieve, Grieve Gillett Andersen Architects
- Max Pritchard, Architect
- Brian Parkes, CEO JamFactory
- Sharon Romeo, FINO Restaurant
Held on Saturday, October 10, the event will be part of the Festival of Architecture and Design in Adelaide and guests will be treated to tastings of Seppeltsfield wines and local Owen Andrews produce. The Festival Program and registrations will be available at fad.org.au from Friday, September 11.