Fleurieu Living Magazine

d’Arenberg deconstructed

Being a close neighbour to d’Arenberg has meant I’ve had a front-row seat to the transformation happening during the ambitious build of the new d’Arenberg Cube. Seeing the progression from an idea in owner and winemaker Chester Osborn’s magnificent brain, to a 3D model he built many years ago, to watching the frame go up, the twisted glass Rubik’s Cube form come to life, and now, seeing the curious crowds flow in.

The helicopter traffic over my house and vineyard has certainly picked up over the last eleven months, much to my small son’s delight! And it hasn’t

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