The annual ‘tastefest’ of the city, East End Wine Down, is back again for another year, and is set to be the largest event yet.
Following a sell-out crowd last year, Adelaide’s premier Cellars, East End Cellars is again proudly presenting the East End Wine Down, now in its fourteen year.
With 42 wineries all showcasing four or more wines, there’ll be 160 different wines to taste as well as a host of SA made ciders and beers.
Event director, Michael Andrewartha said: “Vardon Avenue will be transformed into a laneway of wine, cider and beer featuring the best of our award winning SA wineries and brewers.
“Delicious street style food will be available from our East End neighbours: Iberia, Mothervine, Nola and Lemongrass. And you can get your groove on thanks to Skin Contact spinning us some tunes.
“Join us for a ‘taste-tastic’ Saturday afternoon in Vardon Ave on Saturday, April 1 from 12pm till 5pm (this is no April Fool’s joke).”
This year’s East End Wine down is looking fresher than ever with a host of new wine and cider producers including Brash Higgins, Jericho Wines and Switch Wines.
Tickets are $35.00 plus booking fee which includes entry and a glass (plastic) for tasting. Punters are welcome to taste all wine, cider and beer on offer. Ticket holders can also buy a glass by purchasing tokens on the day.
Tickets available via Eventbrite or at the door on the day if it hasn’t sold out. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/east-end-winedown-2017-tickets-30151683497