The d’Arenberg Cube, which resembles an unsolved Rubik’s Cube and houses a tasting room and a restaurant, in South Australia’€s McLaren Vale. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley

The d’Arenberg Cube: Australian vineyard grows five-storey Rubik’s puzzle

  • A$16 million McLaren Vale landmark contains a wine-tasting room, restaurant and Alternative Realities Museum
  • Five-year fight to build the giant Rubik’s Cube pays off with 400 per cent increase in cellar-door sales for d’Arenberg Wines
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The d’Arenberg Cube, which resembles an unsolved Rubik’s Cube and houses a tasting room and a restaurant, in South Australia’€s McLaren Vale. Photo: Peter Neville-Hadley
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