If you haven't been before, or need a reminder of why it's so good, here's our top 8 reasons for heading along this week.
Food, check. Wine, check. Convenient location, check. Cellar Door Fest you know the way to our heart...
Welcome to ‘The Festival State’ ladies and gents. We see the phrase every single day but probably don’t take the time to think about how lucky that makes us. That means South Australia is the state that officially knows how to throw the best parties! Come on, it even says so on our license plates.
If you are looking for some good food and wine, South Australia has you covered, with some of the best produce in the world.
This afternoon at 5pm the Adelaide Convention Centre is throwing open its doors for the nationally acclaimed Cellar Door Wine Festival which will run across the weekend.
With Valentines Day fast approaching, there are a few fast and easy apps to help the lone soldiers amongst us make the most of their single status this February 14th.
South Australia's biggest wine festival was a kicker this year, and it'll be back again for another in 2015.
Eleven emerging regional food businesses have been selected to showcase their premium products at the award winning Cellar Door Wine Festival in Adelaide this month.
While delighted tourists from the outback to the coast will be enjoying all the amazing tourism experiences our State has to offer, 24 leading South Australian tourism businesses will represent the State in Hobart on Friday the 15th of February for the chance to be named Australia’s best at the 2012 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards
The Cellar Door Wine Festival, established and run by the Adelaide Convention Centre (ACC), to showcase the best South Australian wines and local produce to visitors, has been recognised with two national awards for excellence by the Exhibition and Event Association of Australasia (EEAA).
The South Australian Tourism Industry Council has named the Adelaide Convention Centre’s own Cellar Door Wine Festival as the winner of the 2012 South Australian Tourism Award in the Festival and Events category.
More than 550 people attended the black tie event at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Friday 23 November, where 29 awards were presented to businesses and individuals judged to be the most outstanding in their category.
Australia’s biggest Cellar Door will be created when more than 150 South Australian wineries come together under one roof at the 2013 Cellar Door Wine Festival Adelaide (February 22 -24, 2013).
Following the huge success of last year’s event, the Cellar Door Wine Festival is back, starting this Friday, the 24th, and running until Sunday the 26th of February
Geoff Dutton of Rose Park, South Australia, was one smart guest at the state’s first ever state wine festival held in late February 2011 and is now zooming around the city as the proud owner of a new Smart car.
More than one hundred of South Australia’s wineries are set to make history by taking part in South Australia’s first state wine festival - Cellar Door Wine Festival - Adelaide.