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  • Written by Matt Fraser


A CELEBRATION OF ALL THINGS SPARKLING

Sparkling SYDNEY, the first of its kind unique sparkling wine festival will launch at Pirrama Park, Pyrmont on Sunday 19 May, 201911.00am to 5.00pm.

This inaugural major food and wine event will be a celebration of flavour, sustainability, and ethical produce with Sydney’s glistening harbor celebrating the very best in bubbles, from Sparkling Cuvee, Malbec, Shiraz, Pinot Chardonnay, Moscato, Zibibbo to Prosecco, Cava and many more.

A one of a kind cohesive sensory experience, each element, be it beverage, produce or gourmet food, is carefully curated to tie into the central theme ‘SPARKLING’.

This free event will showcase over 60 sparkling wines from both local and international wineries. The premier Australian list includes Peterson House LtdRedbank WinesSavannah EstateStonehurst Cedar CreekGooree Park Wines, Tamburlaine Organic Wines, Santa & D'Sas,  Bunnamagoo Estate,  Hungerford Hill, Lerida Estate, Mount Majura Vineyard, Pinnaro Wines, Gundog Estate and Vinden Estate. International sparkling wines will be presented by XWineandZ, Made in Italy, Direct Wine Cellars and EuroConcepts.

There will also be a special array of Sparkling Bar activations during the Festival. Stop by the Bellini Cipriani Bar where visitors can savour the luxury of simplicity with a combination of the finest prosecco and fresh Mediterranean white peach, bought to Sparkling Sydney by Venice’s famous Harry’s Bar. For the ultimate food pairing experience, wander over to the The Ridge North Lilydale Sparkling Rose + Oyster Bar to try Tasmania’s Best Small Vineyard of the year 2017 their Sparkling Rose matched with delicious NSW Signature Oysters.

In addition, Fever-Tree and Adelaide Hills Distillery will be bringing to life the Fever-Tree Gin and Tonic Garden Bar. Featuring the award-winning range of gin from the Adelaide Hills Distillery including the highly acclaimed Green Ant gin. Here consumers will have the opportunity to discover and immerse themselves into the different flavour profiles of gin and the importance of pairing with the correct tonic to create the perfect Gin and Tonic.

Expect a wonderful balance of gourmet food and Australia-wide regional produce and fine beverages with a combination of international flavours and local regional themes, all alongside with the breathtaking views of Sydney Harbour from the iconic Pirrama Park in Pyrmont.

Sparkling wine glass with tasting tickets are also available on the day with packages starting at $20.

So, plunge into the shimmering pool of plenty this May. 

WHAT: Sparkling SYDNEY
WHEN: Sunday 19 May, 2019. 11am- 5pm
WHERE: Pirrama Park, Pirrama Rd, Pyrmont
TICKETS: FREE - Tasting Packages start $20
MORE INFOwww.sparklingsydney.com.au 
FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/SparklingSydneyPyrmont/


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