People, this is one hell of a public service announcement. We’ve partnered with Stoneleigh Wines to let y’all know there’s going to be an entire house in Sydney that’s showcasing the stories of this New Zealand winery where a sequence of natural wonders has created the wine. Stoneleigh presents No.50 – a wonder of nature. Each room of the building has been intricately designed to pay homage to a particular type of Stoneleigh Wine – the bedroom, for instance, is dedicated to the Sauvignon Blanc and is outfitted with a bed frame engulfed by flowers to visually describe its floral notes. As you’re guided through the house, there’ll be several opportunities to sample tremendous Stoneleigh Wine (yasssssssss). Step into No.50 for your very own guided house tour by booking here. Don’t forget to keep up to date with the House using #StoneleighNo50.
WINE RELATED GIFS ARE LIFE:
We know you love *actual* vino as much as your love your vino GIFs, so there’s no way we’d keep (what’s quite possibly) the most amazing wine activation in Sydney‘s history on the DL.
Enter New Zealand winery Stoneleigh’s No.50, a unique pop-up installation created to showcase their range at a two-storey home in Millers Point that’s quite literally been taken over by nature (with each room dedicated to a specific flavour) to reflect the winery’s story.
Each room has been intricately designed to show off a particular type of Stoneleigh Wine – the bedroom, for e.g, is dedicated to the Sauvignon Blanc and outfitted with a bed frame engulfed by flowers to visually describe its floral notes.
They’re hoping to create the same sensation you’d experience at a bootiful winery itself, and the whole experience is going to blow your goddamn socks off.
Bit of background for ya: the growing process of Stoneleigh’s wine is pretty unique. Once the bed of an ancient river, the floor of Stoneleigh’s vineyard is covered in what they call sunstones. The stones soak up and trap sunlight during the day. The heat that they store then radiates upwards through the vine at night which creates a rare and crisp flavour that’s just right.
The guided house tour of 50 Argyle St – exclusive to Pedestrian readers – kicks off on the 4th of November, as well as being open on the 5th, 11th, 12th, 18th and 19th of November.
Rally the crew, book your tickets (which you can do right HERE) and step into No.50; a wonder of nature.
For news and updates, follow the activation using #StoneleighNo50.
Please remember to always drink responsibly.
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