It's Mad March!

As Australia opens its borders to international tourists, our home state is prepping for its annual Mad March fiesta.


Adelaide is the first and only designated UNESCO City of Music in Australia, and after two years of restrictions, we think this year’s post-pandemic event will be a cracker.


So, what better way to celebrate the Australian borders reopening than sippin’ and singin’ this festival season?


Grab your esky and grab your tribe; let’s start with a picnic in the park.



Whether your vibe is Adelaide Festival, The Fringe or WOMADelaide, there is nothing better than easing into the festivities with friends around a table full of food and wine.


Or, in this instance, sprawled out on a picnic rug, enjoying a bottle of our Wild Bunch Riesling together with music and the sun’s warm embrace.


Picnics not your thing? Then take your favourite sweater and a bottle or two of our Lazy Arvo Grenache to enjoy while cruising along the Torrens for the cooler SA evenings. Whether you choose the iconic Popeye or South Aussie BBQ Buoy, you’ll have a uniquely South Aussie experience sailing down the River with Adelaide city views and Tin Shed in your glass!

If outdoor dining is more your style, plenty of city restaurants will be feeling the festival vibe, so be sure to get amongst it!


For those chasing your favourite Tin Shed wine, you can purchase online here Tin Shed Shop or Vivino, or enjoy by the glass at a few of our favourite venues in Adelaide ~


Alberton Hotel

Chianti Classico

Crown & Anchor Hotel

The Gallery on Waymouth

Hispanic Mechanic