Why drink at one watering hole, when you can head to two, three, six or more? That's always been the motivation behind everyone's favourite boozy journey, aka a pub crawl. And, it's the exact same type of thinking behind the Urban Wine Walk. Taking another wander around Sydney, it's the bar-hopping excuse every vino lover needs — if you need an excuse, that is.
From midday until 4.30pm on Saturday, September 8, you'll saunter around Newtown, Enmore and Erskineville — and between the likes of Gurdys, the Newtown Hotel, The Hive Bar, Cittavino, Jacoby's Tiki Bar, Earl's Juke Joint and more — sampling wines and having a mighty fine time. As for the tipples, they'll be taken care of by New South Wales' Central Vineyards, South Australia's Unico Zela, Western Australia's Flor Marché and others.
Tickets cost $64 including booking fee, and places are limited. This moving cellar door will not only serve up wine tastings, but also your own tasting glass — plus a voucher for another beverage, and a guide to help you plan your mosey between bars.