Blending wine, art and science at the MOD.
Want Friday knock offs with a difference? UniSA’s MOD. will host 14 South Australian wineries on 25 November 2022 for WineLab, where wine, art and science will intersect to take you on a journey of invisibility.
Immerse yourself in the lights and sounds of the museum while sipping wines from Byrne Vineyards, Craft vs Science, Dowie Doole, La Prova, Liebichwein, Lou Miranda, Norfolk Rise, Orbis Wines, Schild Estate, Small Victories Wine Co, The Pawn Wine Co., Wangolina, XO Wine Co and Zonte’s Footstep.
The event will also be the last chance for the public to view MOD.’s current exhibition INVISIBILITY, an exhibition shining a spotlight on the unseen to help us better understand the world around us and our place in it. Each winery will showcase their connection to the exhibition, taking you on a journey of Invisible varieties, unearthing Invisible regions and telling their Invisible stories.
“It’s such a great event to celebrate the end of the exhibition,” says Dr Lisa Bailey, Senior Exhibition Manager at MOD. “it’s the last chance people will have to experience exhibits like the Biometric Mirror, which uses machine learning to analyse your personality, or see the not-quite digital you in Shadows of Light. Sharing a glass of wine and exploring the galleries is a night you don’t want to miss out on.”
Minister for Primary Industries and Regional Development, Clare Scriven, said the event will showcase South Australia’s wines in a unique way.
“The Government of South Australia through the Department of Primary Industries and Regions is proud to support the local wine industry to innovate. Next month’s WineLab will bring together South Australia’s wine, art and science fields like never before. Go along to enjoy local wines while taking in the sights and sounds of MOD.”
To accompany the delicious drops will be tasty cheese boxes served up by Food Lore. An individual cheese box is included in the ticket price which is $25 + GST/booking fee. This also gets you a Great Wine Capital wine glass to keep and two tasting tokens allocated to the wineries in attendance for you to redeem.
Once your tasting tokens have been exchanged, wine will be available for purchase directly from the wineries by the half-glass, glass or bottle, or packaged and taken home.
There are two, two-hour sessions for this event, the first 5pm to 7pm and the second 7.30pm to 9.30pm. Tickets are limited so getting in early is advised to avoid missing out.
Click here to book your WineLab ticket.