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Food and Wine Festival

27 Feb 2019

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Brunswick’s Noisy Ritual urban winery is bringing winemaking to Docklands, opening a pop-up winery and bar as part of the 2019 Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

Between March 20 to 30, the Noisy Ritual Pop-Up Fermentation Bar at Victoria Harbour will be serving wine by the glass, tasting flights and bottle alongside delicious wares from neighbouring Saluministi.

Become part of Noisy Ritual’s proud tradition of people-powered winemaking by taking part in a Demystifying Winemaking workshop on Saturday, March 23 or Saturday, March 30 ($78).

On March 19, the Victoria Harbour edition of festival cult favourite, Crawl ’n’ Bite, features an exclusive preview of the Pop-Up Fermentation Bar, as well as workshops, blind tastings, drinks and snacks at Saluministi and bespoke chocolatier Kep Whitley’s eponymous store ($98, includes hands-on workshops, blind tastings, snacks, wine and soft drinks).

Tickets for both events can be purchased at http://www.melbournefoodandwine.com.au/program/noisy-ritual-popup-fermentation-bar

More information and workshop tickets available at mfwf.com.au

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