The Prosecco Festival

The Prosecco Festival returns after two sell out seasons – offering up an exclusive affair for the aficionados of fine Italian sparkling wine & cuisine.

On the 29th of February, Prosecco-lovers will flock to The Northcote Townhall to meet the growers, winemakers and importers, and taste some of the best Prosecco available in Australia today.

With over 45 different Proseccos from Italy and Australia to try, there’s one to suit every palate! For the Prosecco-connoisseurs who are craving more, VIP tickets are available for each session.

This golden ticket will get you a 45 minute Masterclass along with access to the VIP balcony and experiences.

It wouldn’t be a true Italian festa without a feast!

The venue will be packed with Prosecco-pairing foods including:

traditional Neapolitan pizza from award-winning 400 Gradi;

bite-sized arancini from Arancini Art;

Prosecco salami from The Meat Room;

Prosecco-infused Gelato from Zero Gradi; and

Prosecco-flavoured cannoli from Eat Cannoli – with plenty of gluten free and vegan options for all.

Session 1: 11:00am - 3:00pm

Session 2: 4:30pm - 8:30pm

GA Tickets: $50 + booking fee

VIP Tickets: $100 + booking fee

Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre

189 High Street, Northcote, VIC 3070

Tickets via: www.theproseccofestival.com.au

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