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Cellarbrations brings a personal touch to every occasion in new campaign via Channel T


Cellarbrations may be one of the largest independent liquor brands in Australia, but customers will still find personalised advice from owners like Paul, who features in its latest brand campaign

The campaign, created by Channel T, follows the story of a couple who’ve just moved into a new house and are seeking advice on what drop to buy for just the occasion.

‘That calls for Cellarbrations’ new TVC

The first spot of the campaign sees new-to-the-area Tom and Cass run through the rain to their new local Cellarbrations, before they are greeted by Paul who makes them feel welcome straight away.

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The campaign launches the new creative platform ‘That calls for Cellarbrations’, and follows the development of a new brand…



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