It’s official. The much-loved and long-awaited Wine and Fizz Festival is returning to the City Centre this September, courtesy of Manchester Food and Drink Festival.
For one weekend only, you can sip your way around the globe, with some of the finest independent retailers and the most delectable wines our region has to offer. Guests will have access to exclusive products – and even a chance to chat with the industry’s leading brands and experts.
Participants already confirmed for this year include the glorious Grape to Grain from Prestwich, South Manny wine delivery service Decent Drop, and UKiYO Republic, who will be showcasing their range of Japanese Sake – a traditional wine made from rice.
For the real fanatics: a dedicated programme of tutored tastings and specialist masterclasses from the experts themselves – delving deeper into the world of grapes and bubbles. The drinks will be flowing out of Halle St Peters – the lavish location for this year’s Wine and Fizz fest. Guests can bask in the glory of this gorgeous Grade II listed building, situated on Blossom Street in Ancoats, glass in hand (or both).
Live music acts will play the soundtrack to your evening, with food provided by Café Cotton in the form of homemade sandwiches, cakes and pastries. Tickets are an absolute bargain, too, priced at just £12.50. Book yours by following the link below.
Friday 17 September: Session 1: 6pm – 9pm
Saturday 18 September: Session 1: 2pm – 5pm / Session 2: 6pm – 9pm
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- Sophie Cunningham
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- Tue 1 Jun 2021