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If you’ve ever enjoyed some of the amazing wines on offer at the Tasting Room & East End Cellars on Vardon Avenue, or devoured one of their incredible platters, this news should excite you.

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If you’ve ever enjoyed some of the amazing wines on offer at the Tasting Room & East End Cellars on Vardon Avenue, or devoured one of their incredible platters, this news should excite you. They’ve opened The Baily Room next door, and it’s gorgeous.

As a venue that can operate independently to The Tasting Room, or opened up to combine the two, the space continues to create the feeling of being immersed in a wine cellar, with a feature wall of beautiful national and international wine box ends, and timber beams using recycled timber from the old Tatachilla winery in McLaren Vale.

Here’s some photos of the gorgeous space for you to check out.

Photography by Zak Kaczmarek

The Baily Room expansion provides more space for functions and events, with a new kitchen including state of the art catering facilities.

The Tasting and Baily Rooms will now be able to accommodate 120 people and 50 people in the outside café-dining area.

It’s the ideal venue to host exclusive wine events including masterclasses in fine wines, spirits and vertical tastings.  It will play host to visiting winemakers overseas and interstate, as well as educational tastings for students or semi-professionals, and sommeliers.

The Tasting Room will double the range of their charcuterie and cheese offering, including fresh artisan bread seven days a week, for consumption in the bar and to take-away, always maintaining a heavy influence on Australian and South-Australian products.

The Baily Room connects with The Tasting Room on Vardon Avenue and is open now. Stay up to date via their Facebook page or website here.

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