Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Jacob's Creek Wine Bar at the Australian Open

For the third year in a row, the Jacob's Creek wine bar is a highlight at the Australian Open.

Although the two-story wine bar does not have court-side views, the wine bar is fully equipped with several television and a temperature controlled space that allows patrons to eat, sip and stay cool while staying on top of the court matches.

As I mentioned in a previous post, what could be better than the pairing of two of my most favorite things: tennis & wine.

In addition to the expected wine & food, Jacob's Creek has taken it one step further and provides a history of both the over 150 year old Barossa based winery as well as a hall of fame and tributary hall for tennis players who have participated in the event in past years.

Patrons can also purchase Jacob's Creek wines throughout the venue, take memorable pictures of themselves at the event, have a Jacob's Creek sponsored caricature drawn and even (drum roll please) sip the wine court side while they cheer on their favorite players adding to the ever increasing 2 million glasses of Jacob's Creek wine enjoyed throughout the world daily.

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