Fancy a Spring Affair with The Real Thing?

Wondering what to do on the upcoming October long weekend?

Why not head down to Maxwell Wines, in the beautiful McLaren Vale, on Monday 1 October and join Australian music legend RUSSELL MORRIS & Band for a sneak peek of his new album Red Dirt – Red Heart + plenty of hits and old favourites to boot.

Russell has been entertaining us for over 40 years. He’s still probably most known for ‘The Real Thing’, released in 1969, which is still a staple of classic radio today.

The past five years have been an incredible musical journey and privilege for Russell Morris who has been fortunate enough to create and release three albums of blues and roots music that pertains to some of the iconic characters, events and moments in our rich tapestry of Australian history. These albums were produced by Mitch Cairns, with whom Russell works and creates harmoniously with.

This October long weekend’s ‘Spring Affair’ encompasses 6 of the iconic wineries and tourist destinations in the McLaren Vale region.

Maxwell Wines needs no introduction. With a combination of award-winning food and wines and set in a stunning valley, there is simply no better place to while away a long-weekend Monday afternoon. Why not make a day of it and book in for lunch before the concert?

So bring your picnic rugs, find a spot on the lawn and enjoy the best in music, wine & food for an afternoon you’ll never forget. Someone will get the chance to request their favourite song! More details when you book.

Russell Morris (and band) at Maxwell Wines
Monday 1st October

Concert starts 3.00pm, ends approx. 5.00pm
Tickets: $30

**Food & wine to be purchased separately to ticket price

Maxwell Wines will donate 20% of Ticket Sales to the Farmers Drought Relief Fund.

Maxwell Wines can be found at Oliver’s Road, McLaren Vale

Book for lunch – P: 08 8323 8200

Book online at (Limited tickets available)

*This is Russell’s only Adelaide date in October and he appears exclusively to Maxwell Wines.

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