Mudgee Region heading to Pyrmont for 10 days of wine, food, and art (Sydney)

10 days of wine, food, and art from NSW’s Mudgee region will be coming to Pyrmont Festival this months in the renowned event’s sixth anniversary. From 13th to 22nd May, transporting all that’s great about the famed winemaking region and fitting it across the event, giving guests the chance to experience both the country charm of Mudgee, complemented by some Sydney’s strongest across wine dinners, tastings, exhibitions, and art displays.

While many events are planned to be spread out across the 10 days, the highlight of the festival will centre around a two-day headliner event in Pirrama Park on Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th May, bringing in live music, local and Mudgee region artists, sculptures, rides, and children’s entertainment alongside around 100 stalls of fine food and great wine. Other events planned for the festival include “The Persian Room” (15th May), where guests will be treated to an authentic Persian three-course dining experience with wines from Robert Stein Winery; a five-course dining experience with Signorelli Gastronomia and Burnbrae Wines on 19th May; and a collaborative degustation between Flying Fish Restaurant & Bar and Manners Wines on 20th May.

Throughout the festival, locals will be able to sample some of the best wines and spirits on offer from Mudgee at various venues across Pyrmont, including 1888 Hotel and Zebra Lounge, no doubt adding to the magic that brought in more than 28,000 attendees to the same festival last year.

In partnering with the Mudgee Wine Region this year, the festival will once again seek to highlight Pyrmont’s position as one of the Sydney’s fastest growing tourist, creative, culture, and dining precincts by spreading the love across art galleries, Pyrmont Wharf, Pirrama Park, Sydney TAFE, and The Star, as well as restaurants, bars, bottles shops, and cafes.

For a preview of what you can expect from Mudgee you can check out our destination feature on the region HERE

Head to the Pyrmont Festival website for more information on the event.


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