On the buzzing main street of Hahndorf is a stunning new venue devoted to a winemaking legend – Wolf Blass. Over three years in the making, the Wolf Blass Gallery and Museum is located behind the façade of the State Bank building, built in 1912.
Light-filled and with an open plan, the museum is full of more than 60 years of memorabilia from Wolf’s incredible history of winemaking.
Further in, you’ll find a building within a building: Hahndorf’s tiny first schoolhouse. Dating back to 1854, it’s heritage-listed and now a cooperage display.
In a nod to Wolf’s passion for horse racing is Wolfie’s Horse Bar. Seven metres long, it has a range of ciders, beers and of course – a wonderful selection of wines from the Wolf Blass range (as well as other SA wine regions). As for food, you can choose from platters, tapas-style dishes and delicious gourmet pizzas.
With a variety of comfortable seating areas and a spacious outdoor deck, the Wolf Blass Gallery and Museum is also the perfect place to have a party, long lunch or special event.
This beautiful space is a lasting legacy to a man who has truly made his mark on South Australia – and a spot for everyone to enjoy for generations to come.