With South Australia's constantly growing wine industry, we will always need events to show off what we've created. With Cellar Door Fest recently passing, you may be worrying there won't be another big wine tasting event for a while. Luckily for you, the East End Wine Down, which takes place on Saturday March 19 at Vardon Avenue, will exhibit some of SA's finest wines for you to fall in love with.
The event will also feature a variety of street food, while DJ's will be present to keep your spirits high and the wine flowing for hours on end! East End Wine Down runs from 12pm to 6pm, so make sure you're either getting a deso or going out for a big night afterwards to keep the good times going.
Amongst the dozens of wine exhibitors will be Rudderless with their Graciano and Shiraz, Battle of Bosworth, Some Young Punks, Brackenwood, Alpha Box & Dice, S.C. Pannell and Ministry of Clouds.
Tickets are $35 and upon entry you will be free to taste any of the wines on offer, cider will be available to try also.
What: East End Wine Down
When: Saturday March 19, 12pm - 6pm
Where: Vardon Avenue
Header image via East End Wine Down's Facebook page
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