Cellar Wine Door Festival at the Adelaide Convention Centre

Some snaps (taken before the crowds filed in) from the Cellar Wine Door Festival event hosted a fortnight ago! >.<

cellar wine door festival at the adelaide convention centre

cellar wine door festival at the adelaide convention centre
Chorizo and sun dried tomato quiche with pasta salad and potato salad; $9.00
Spanish pizza: spiced chorizo, flame roasted red peppers, artichokes and house dried tomatoes and fresh roquette; $11.00
Our stash of wine purchases for the night!

A surprisingly tasty pizza with lots of punchy flavour from the chorizo, flame roasted red peppers and dried tomatoes. The base was super fluffy and thick, on first glance you would’ve thought that it’s be super doughy and heavy but nope, it was light and airy – a welcomed surprise! A good bite to eat to absorb some of the wine sampled throughout the night too! Heheh.

cellar wine door festival at the adelaide convention centre
McLaren Vale aisle… took us almost an hour just to finish this section!

For all you wine lovers out there, this event is a must go! You get to wine taste all different wines from all different regions in SA. It took us over an hour to make it through the McLaren Vale aisle and that’s not even stopping at all the stalls set up!

Tips for next years CWDF? Have a desi driver, bring some/lots of monies, taste lots, have fun and bottoms up all around!! 😉

-d

Cellar Door Wine Festival
21 Feb – 23 Feb 2013
Adelaide Convention Centre
North Terrace
Adelaide SA 5000


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2 comments for “Cellar Wine Door Festival at the Adelaide Convention Centre

  1. Ann
    March 8, 2013 at 9:41 AM

    I didn’t know this was even on. Do you know how I can be notified next year when this event is on.
    PS I would love some of those huge spheres of lights!

    • dee
      March 12, 2013 at 11:22 PM

      Hi Ann,

      The next CDWF is on the 2st Feb – 23rd Feb 2014 if you wanted to mark it in your diary! You can find more info at their website: http://www.cellardoorwinefestivaladelaide.com.au/

      Hope that helps. 😀

      And yes, those huge light spheres were awesome!

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