Events · Food and Drink

Champagne Fest 2019

After an unwavering success over the last three years, the National Wine Centre‘s most anticipated event – Champagne Fest – will be returning on October 27 for one glorious day of celebrating the beauty of everyone’s favourite ‘fizzy’ drink!

In what hopes to be the biggest champagne-fuelled event to date, the National Wine Centre will have their guests indulge in 40 different types of champagnes, along with an array of Sparkling wine from Australia, the United States, and Europe. Champagne and Sparkling wine tastings will range from just $2 per taste, along with these wines available for purchase by the glass or the bottle.

Guests will also have the opportunity to partake in a grand seafood feast, along with a bespoke menu made from local produce that has been curated by Executive Chef Steven Clark. In addition to what’s shaping up to be a fun day of wining and dining, guests will also be spoilt with live entertainment from Brian Rutz and DJ’s from Entertainment Adelaide for those foot-tapping tunes.

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Champagne Fest is being held on the same day as two fantastic masterclasses that will be held at the National Wine Centre, with tickets to either masterclass giving you free entry (general admission) to the Festival. Learn all there is to know about champagnes and wines at the masterclasses, which will be hosted by Head Sommelier James Boden.

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Both masterclasses will be held on October 27 across two time slots (more details can be found here):

  • 12pm – 12:45pm: Champagne Fest Masterclass 1: Grower Masterclass ($75)
  • 2pm – 2:45pm: Champagne Fest Masterclass 2: Better late, than never ($95)

Bookings are essential as there is limited capacity.

Event details
What? Champagne Fest
When? October 27, 2019 from 11am – 5pm
Where? National Wine Centre
How much? $25 (pre-purchased) or $30 at the door
Where to book? Champagne Fest Masterclasses // Champagne Fest GA

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With thanks to Foster Hill PR for the information + images.

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