Once a year, when the weather warms up, Brisbane indulges its love of rosé in a big way. Yes, even bigger than this pink wine-loving city usually does. Plus, while everyone's sipping drinks in a heritage-listed building, they'll be doing so for a good cause.
Rosé Revolution is back for a fifth year in Brissie, with 2019's tipple-fuelled event taking place at The Old Museum between 2–6pm on Saturday, November 16. On the menu is rosé and canapes, with two packages available: an $85 ticket, which gets you a glass on arrival, ten tastings and a special VIP area; and a $45 option, which doesn't start until 3pm, and doesn't include the samples either.
Either way, attendees can keep purchasing pink-hued beverages from the bar — and bottles to take home, too.
And, proceeds from each ticket will be donated The Hunger Project, so your Saturday afternoon drinking session will be helping others.