Get your wine glasses ready because the Adelaide Hills is prepping for the first major wine and food event for 2021 – the Crush Festival.

The annual event, from January 22-24, is located in the renowned wine region and is set to have more than 20 wineries apart of the summer weekend. With regional produce, earthy music, art and a delicious array of wines, the weekend is bound to be a sensory delight.

Fiona LeSage, the Adelaide Hills Region executive officer told The Advertiser

“The Hills will be alive with an array of events showcasing the region’s renowned cool-climate wines and, of course, the wonderful cellar doors, food and people of the region,”

“The producers and cellar doors of the region have gone to great lengths to ensure a relaxed, celebratory vibe with an exciting array of events in this year’s line-up, all curated with social distancing and government guidelines in mind.

“There will be events ranging from garden parties and twilight dinners, to relaxed acoustic music sessions, DJs and dumplings … there is something for every taste.”


The weekend commences on Friday, January 22 with events including Shaw + Smith’s Long Table DinnerEye of the Beholder at Anderson Hill and Friday Knockoffs at Murdoch Hill just to name a few.

Make sure to check out the full events schedule and book tickets on the Crush Festival website.

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