Tuesday, 6 August 2019

Where to enjoy Tasmania at its sparkling best

There'll be a partnership with the Tasmanian Walking Company, which will see a walk at Bay of Fires capped off with the chance to enjoy some of the finest food and wine the state has to offer at Bay of Fires Lodge.

Barnbougle Lost Farm in the state's north-east will host a long table lunch along with a round at one of the world's most spectacular golf courses. 

There will be a beginner's masterclass at Josef Chromy Wines at Relbia, where a panel of sparkling experts will offer a window into the world of both making and tasting wine.
The grand tasting will also take place at Josef Chromy, giving wine lovers the chance to sample products from all the sparkling houses involved in the festival. 

"This installment of Effervescence is looking to be bigger and better than ever before," said Josef Chromy Wines chief winemaker and general manager Jeremy Dineen.
"We've got a great group of wineries, some of the best sparkling producers in Tasmania, which literally means the best sparkling producers in Australia, and possibly anywhere outside of Champagne.

"We've got a bunch of extra events here [this year] in and around Launceston and a couple in the south."
Tickets for the festival can be purchased at Effervescence Tasmania's website now.

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