It has become a general rule of thumb that all good things in Melbourne can be found down unassuming laneways and ominous streets; you just need to know when to go and where to look. The latest pop-up to reside in the dimly-lit alleyways of inner-Melbourne fuses wine with art (and millenial pink) in an interactive wine-tasting experience headed by New Zealand winery, Stoneleigh. The Stoneleigh Project has transformed an empty warehouse off Flinders Street into a series of instillations that showcase and celebrate the winemaking process.

An expertly curated walk-through space sees guests stroll across ancient river stones, past heavy floating bubbles and through virtual flowing rivers while enjoying a complimentary wine-tasting of Stoneleigh Wild Valley wines. The instillation also showcases videography by critically acclaimed artist, Susi Sie and hosts a Wine Bar and Cellar Door for those who wish to stay a little longer and enjoy a glass of vino.

Entry to The Stoneleigh Project is free, however you will want to register here to secure your spot.  

The Stoneleigh Project
Where: 524 Flinders Street, Melbourne
When: Friday, October 13 - Sunday, November 5
Time: Weekdays 4:00pm - 10:00pm, weekends 12:00pm - 10:00pm

Art meets wine at a wine-tasting experience like no other