Say cheers at PRONTO!, the Italian Wine and Food Fair happening at Tramsheds this weekend.
There’s no denying that the Italians know good food and wine. From the beautiful bottles of Nebbiolo produced in northern Italy to Tuscany’s famous Sangiovese wines, foodies have been flocking to Italy for delicious dining experiences for generations. But if you’re looking to try the best of the country’s produce without leaving Sydney, this next event delivers just that.
Introducing PRONTO!, the Italian Wine and Food Fair coming to the Inner West for one-day-only this weekend. On Saturday, November 16th, head to Tramsheds to take part in a lavish celebration of the best of Italian food and wine. The event will bring together some of the Tramshed precinct’s best dining destinations including the restaurant and wine store Bodega 1904 (the brainchild from Porteño and Bodega), fresh pasta purveyors Flour Eggs Water and Sergios. Each venue will be serving up Italian-inspired dishes to give guests an authentic taste of the best of Italian cuisine.
But the main event at this festival is undeniably the fermented grape. Guests can sample 40+ wines from various regions across Italy. The tastings will take place along Artisan Lane at Tramsheds, allowing you to weave your way from vendor to vendor to experience the full spectrum of Italian wine varietals. The wine fair brings together some of the country’s best importers with a focus on small sustainable producers championing organic, biodynamic Italian wines. Expect the likes of Enoteca Sydney, Giorgio Di Maria Fun Wines, Godot Wines, Bibendum Wine Co, Fourth Wave Wine and many more available to be sampled during the day.
To ensure everyone has the chance to dive deep and learn about the world of Italian wine, PRONTO! will be offering two sessions during the day (12pm-2pm and 2:30pm-4pm). Your $45 ticket includes tastings of 40+ wines, a Riedel glass to take home, access to 5+ Italian wine importers, live entertainment and so much more. To find out more and secure your spot, click here.
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