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Eastside Wine and Ale Trail

Address
175 The Parade, Adelaide, South Australia, Australiab
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Located only minutes east of Adelaide's Central Business District, in the heart of the City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters are six boutique cellar doors and a micro-brewery. Designed to bring people together to enjoy a great wine and ale in six relaxed environments, so close to home, the Eastside Wine and Ale Trail will in the hearts of all who visit. Get to know the great operators and their history as you sip and sample your way along the Trail. Come for an hour or stay for the day, the Eastside Wine and Ale Trail will not disappoint.
Special Features
Mount Lofty Ranges (zone), Disabled access available, contact operator for details., No, we are fully licensed, Wine Australia

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