WHAT: #EASTENDWINEDOWN – part of Tasting Australia
WHO: Winemakers from Arete, Battle of Bosworth, Bespoke Bros, BK Wines, Chapel Hill, Golding, Kanta, La Linea, Mitolo, Ochota Barrels, Oliver's Taranga, Some Young Punks, Spinifex, Zema Estate.
WHEN: 5pm – 8pm Thursday May 3
WHERE: East End Cellars, Vardon Avenue Adelaide (off Rundle St)
#EASTENDWINEDOWN will see 14 winemakers from across South Australia converge in Adelaide’s East End at the iconic East End Cellars laneway for some new-fashioned fun and frivolity.
Winemaker and sometime DJ Brendon Keys will be spinning funky beats while you sip your way across McLaren Vale, the Adelaide Hills and Barossa to Coonawarra and beyond.
Presented by Radpublic and Winemakers without Borders, #EASTENDWINEDOWN is part of this year’s Tasting Australia festival and is set to be one heck of a party.
Radpublic Director Louise Radman said she couldn’t think of a better place than the laneway in Adelaide’s East End for this eclectic mix of winemakers to showcase their wares.
“It’s a relatively tucked away haunt in the CBD that is home to one of Australia’s finest independent wine retailers – we’re planning to fill it with wine-loving punters; cool music and loads of talking, tasting and tweeting.”
“We have embraced the laneway concept to create a relaxed event where people can have a great time with off the hook wine. From wacky whites that knock your socks off to regional heroes and rare reds like aglianico, sangiovese and tempranillo – we will have it all.”
“We plan for so much twitter action that we decided to name the event after the hashtag,” Radman said.
Punters to the laneway tasting event will also be able to warm their bellies with home baked empanadas and sweets from Delicias Argentinas.