Prosecco Festival 2024: A Bubbly Affair at the Abbotsford Convent

Drink, Melbourne / 8 February 2024

The iconic Prosecco Festival 2024 is back in Melbourne, and it’s more vibrant than ever. Scheduled for March 2nd, at the picturesque Abbotsford Convent, this festival is a toast to Prosecco lovers.

In its latest iteration, attendees can look forward to a delightful mix of old favourites and new entrants in the world of sparkling wines. The festival’s highlight? The addition of a Blue Light Disco, promising an evening of nostalgic fun.

A Showcase of Exquisite Proseccos

The event features over 45 Proseccos, including returning favourites and exciting new additions. International sensations like Babo, Bandini, and Kylie Minogue’s Prosecco Rosé will share the stage with Australian stalwarts such as Brown Brothers and Dal Zotto. But it’s not just Prosecco that’s on offer. King River Brewing introduces its range of craft beers and seltzers, and Edenvale will delight non-drinkers with alcohol-removed wines.

Beyond Bubbles: A Feast for the Senses

The festival transcends the realm of sparkling wines. Food enthusiasts can relish an array of gourmet treats from local vendors like The Pav Queen and Milawa Cheese. The tantalising line-up extends to Arancini Art and The Hamptons, among others, promising a delightful culinary journey.

Immersive Experiences: Masterclasses and Makeup

Those eager to deepen their understanding of Prosecco can join a masterclass by the Prosecco Queen, Melissa Brauer. And for a touch of glamour, ADORN Cosmetics, as the official Natural Beauty and Lifestyle partner, will offer makeup touch-ups, adding a dash of elegance to the festivities.

Tickets and Essentials

Prosecco Festival 2024 tickets are now available on Eventbrite starting at $65, festival-goers can choose between two sessions: 11am-3pm and 4.30pm-8.30pm. Remember, this event is for adults only, so it’s time to arrange for childcare and transportation. Stay updated and connect with fellow enthusiasts on Instagram (@TheProseccoFestival) and Facebook (The Prosecco Festival).