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For the first time since the enforced closure brought about by the COVID-19 outbreak, the d’Arenberg Cube and d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant returns to opening 7 days per week.
Have a look below to see what's waiting for you at d'Arenberg.
From Monday 6th July, regional favourite d’Arry’s Verandah Restaurant and all levels of the d’Arenberg Cube will be welcoming visitors every day of the week for the first time in three months.
All five levels of the d’Arenberg Cube will be open for casual visitation for the first time since the venue’s launch in December 2017. With d’Arenberg Cube Restaurant (an unfortunate casualty of the pandemic) now closed, access to the third level of The Cube is open to all, now housing a more relaxed offering, serving coffee, casual food and of course, d’Arenberg’s acclaimed wines. Eat@Polly’s requires no reservation and features casual food from d’Arry’s Verandah Head Chef Peter Reschke, as well as coffee, and d'Arenberg wine.
COVID -19 restrictions remain in place, in line with current advice from State Government. d’Arenberg is constantly monitoring advice from SA Health and Government to ensure the continuing safety of staff, guests and the broader community.
Bookings phone +61 8 8329 4888 or email wine@d'Arenberg.com.au
Open 10am to 5pm daily.
Located on the top floor of the d'Arenberg Cube, with panoramic views of the McLaren Vale region.
A hands on experience where you play winemaker, then take home a bottle of your favourite blend.
$95 per person | Approx 2 hours
A contemporary art gallery, located on the ground floor of the d'Arenberg Cube.
General Admission $15 per person
Explore a surrealist exhibition and sale featuring 25 authentic Salvador Dali bronze sculptures and graphic artworks, at the d'Arenberg Cube.
$10 per person