d’Arenberg

d’Arenberg

access_time Closed, Opens 10:00 AM

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D'Arenberg winery is architecturally stunning. As you drive towards it, this marvelous cube is surrounded by beautiful sculptures and vine trees. With a $10 entry fee, you get an entry to a self-guided tour of the Alternate Realities Museum, which is extremely fun and unique compared to everything I have ever seen. The wine variety is fantastic, they have a great variety to taste. Oh before I forget do yourself a favour and check out the toilets, they are beautiful.

Google Review Robert Lazar

Commercialism gone mad. Used to be a relaxing experience at d'Arenberg. Thankfully the wine is still good. Was there for the second time in a couple of months with visitors from interstate who wanted to see the cube. Didn't want or need to pay for the experience twice. Went to Maxwell's close by for more tasting (for free) and lunch which was a delightful experience. Other wineries near by report increased trade since the cube was opened so I suppose it must be good for tourism in the state. A gutsy move to build the cube but they need to brush off the welcome mat to make customers feel less like cattle being herded.

Google Review Robert Pettigrew

Used to love going here with family and friends who come over to SA to sample and purchase their great wines. The staff were friendly and they were always happy to help and let you taste a wide variety. But I will never go there again now. Since they have built that strange looking building, they now want 10 dollars for an 'experience' before you can even sample the wines. I tried to explain that we are not interested in the art or whatever experience they offer and only want the wine, but was refused as it now comes as a 'package' . This is a terrible disappointment as this used to be a warm, friendly place but now is just a money grabbing art gallery with the offer to buy wine from another building once you finish. Poor decision for people like myself who have zero interest in their art agenda and only want the wine.

Google Review James Cunday

What a joke! I had to pay $10 for my 3 year old daughter to enter. So $40 for my Wife and I + 2 kids under 6 just to walk in the door. You don't get any back if you purchase wine ????They claim it's more then just wine tasting but all wineries have old artifacts and a history to read up on or view in some way. Staff were very nice and knowledgeable. The toilets were speckie. They are obviously doing something right as the place was pumping busy and it was an ordinary Friday. They just obviously don't want families. I'm all for a cover charge to taste wine that's refundable upon purchase but this place is taking the PI55 with a non refundable $10 charge for kids and adults. Grrr

Google Review Jamie Clancy

D'Arenberg winery is architecturally stunning. As you drive towards it, this marvelous cube is surrounded by beautiful sculptures and vine trees. With a $10 entry fee, you get an entry to a self-guided tour of the Alternate Realities Museum, which is extremely fun and unique compared to everything I have ever seen. The wine variety is fantastic, they have a great variety to taste. Oh before I forget do yourself a favour and check out the toilets, they are beautiful.

Google Review Robert Lazar

Excellent customer service and wine knowledge. Tasting room in the cube was great, views were spectacular. Shout out to Adam who saw to our tasting. He was funny, knowledgeable and treated our group fantastically. Would recommend, don't be scared by the $10 entry fee they take care of you in the cube!

Google Review Jonathan Stewart