There's one thing that all wine festivals have in common: vino, and plenty of it. But the first rosé fest hosted by Brisbane's inner-city winery is adding something extra to the mix — because, when it takes over The Tivoli on Sunday, March 7, you'll be able to help make rosé between glasses.
At Rosé Festival by City Winery, stomping and pressing grapes is one of the big attractions. And, the results of all that jumping up and down will be bottled for the company's 2021 rosé release. So, down the track, you'll be able to grab one, add it to your wine rack and know that you had a hand — or two feet — in making it.
If you'd rather just sip the rosés already on offer, that's obviously also part of the festival. Bands and DJs will provide a soundtrack while you're tasting your way through different drops, and there'll be masterclasses and workshops to help up your knowledge on the topic as well.
The fest kicks off at midday, with tickets costing $49.