Vino Paradiso Launch
November 18-19, 2017
The two-day wine and food festival Vino Paradiso is returning to Sydney’s historic The Rocks district next month with a crowd of 50,000 expected to attend across the weekend.
Situated right by the sparkling waters of Sydney Harbour, the curated blend of food, wine, coffee, craft beer, cider and spirits will be highlighted by numerous local exhibitors alongside a handful of exclusive collaborations.
The yearly curated free-entry festival will also be using this year’s edition to debut a “Dinner in the Sky” program, where guests will be able to strap themselves in, load onto a crane, and indulge over a dinner table suspended above Sydney Harbour.
Organisers will be running seven ticketed sessions each day with each session capped at 22 people. Sessions span brunch, lunch, cocktails, high tea, and dinner.
Local exhibitors on board for the ride this year include Burgers by Josh, Burger Head, Mr Black, Mr Bao, Redman Wines, DiGiorgio Family Wines, First Creek Wines, Tulloch Wines, Young Henrys, Polkolbin Cider House, Mr. Black, and more.
There will be a handful of exclusive one-off collaborations between: Black Star Pastry & The Rocks Brewing Co; Burgers by Josh & Young Henrys; Simmone Logue & Torbreck Winery.
Currency cards can be purchased ahead of the festival, meaning shorter wait times and a more convenient experience.
Photos by KAVV
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