Cheers to that!
Wine fans, rejoice – because the beloved Manchester Wine and Fizz Festival is returning, and we can’t wait to make our way through glass after glass, before leaving wobbly-kneed and as content as a kid who’s just consumed a whole lot of biscuits at Nan’s house.
Forming part of the long-awaited Manchester Food & Drink Festival – which was subject to last-minute cancellation last year at the hands of the pandemic – the boozy two-dayer will take place at the bright and airy Halle St Peters on Cutting Room Square, with some of the region’s finest and most exciting independent wine retailers on hand providing the goods.
Kicking off on Friday 17th September till Saturday 18th September, the MFDF Wine and Fizz Festival is the perfect event for wine lovers to continue exploring the delectable beverage, as well as learn more about the drink in general, and even taste new ones. Whether it’s a full-bodied red you love, or a light and crisp white wine – there’ll be tons on offer to get sippin’ on, as well as tutored tastings and specialist masterclasses.
Participating retailers confirmed so far include Le Social Wine, South Manchester wine delivery service Decent Drop, Prestwich’s Grape to Grain as well as UKiYO Republic showcasing their wonderful range of Japanese Sake.
Providing the perfect atmosphere to enjoy a glass of wine in, the festival promises a line-up of live acts throughout each session, as well as food provided by Cafe Cotton. Find out more and book tickets here.