End East Cellars’ passion for food and wine spreads contagiously across the city.
Sharing their expert knowledge of fine wine with the people of Adelaide for over 20 years, East End Cellars has developed deep connections with the resident and business communities far beyond the boundaries of its Vardon Avenue address.
With owner Michael Andrewartha at the helm, the team takes great pride in knowing a top drop, sourcing wine from around the world and bringing their recommendations home to be shared. Offering tastings, nibbles and wine by the glass, as well as running frequent speciality events, East End Cellars provides experiences that are so much more than just a visit to your local bottle-o.
Well regarded in the community and socially minded, the business has taken part in the Soup Kitchen project donating funds raised from Soup Wednesdays during winter months. A line up of speciality chefs were brought on board for the project helping to fundraise for the Hutt Street Centre.
Running sell out Masterclasses in beverage appreciation at Tasting Australia, East End Cellars has proved a popular key player for the foodie festival. Contributing to the success of the event which has far-reaching knock-on effects for the local economy. The wine shop-come-bar is also a pillar of other annual events including East End Unleashed, Vogue Festival and Fringe on Vardon.
East End Cellars has continued to evolve its product offering and in doing so, has become an anchor for the East End, a destination for anyone interested in quality food, wine, authenticity and a great atmosphere.
The Business Excellence City Awards Category recognises businesses in the city and North Adelaide who contribute significantly to the culture, economy, sustainability and creativity of Adelaide. Winners receive a slice of a $20,000 prize pool to put towards marketing and advisory services with Business SA and The Messenger publications.
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Best Green Business
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Best Smart Business
Best Business that makes Adelaide more Liveable