16–25 May 2014
The ultimate event to experience a fabulous blend of city and regional produce and creativity, guests can enjoy wine dinners and tastings, photographic exhibitions and art displays without having to leave the city. Iconic Mudgee wineries participating include Huntington Estate, Burrundulla Vineyard and Lowe Wines. Winemakers and Pyrmont eateries will expertly select wines to match lunches, dinners and tastings across the 10 days.
Wine food art
The festival headliner is a two-day outdoor event in Pirrama Park on the weekend of 17 and 18 May (11am-5pm) that caters to the whole family, with a program of live music and local artists across both days, as well as rides and children’s entertainment. Guests can meet the wine-makers and taste more than 150 wines, as well as sample a broad range of fine foods at more than 50 stalls.
City meets country
Presented by the Pyrmont Ultimo Chamber of Commerce with the support of the City of Sydney, in partnership with the Mudgee Wine Region, this 10-day festival program highlights Pyrmont’s position as one of Sydney’s fastest growing tourist, creative, cultural and dining precincts.
Pyrmont Festival launch (L-R) Chamber of Commerce President Lawrence Gibbons, Deputy Lord Mayor Robyn Kemmis, Lord Mayor Clover Moore, Natarsha Belling, Mudgee Wine Grape Growers Mike O'Malley.
Last updated: Friday, 2 May 2014