Thursday, 5 September 2019

Seventeen days of fun, wine and food

Sydney's inner city will be home to over two weeks of fun, food and wine when the Pyrmont Festival is held for the ninth time from September 20-October 6.



The festival is partnering with Orange in Central West NSW for a series of special events showcasing outstanding cool-climate wines from the region. 

Spearheading the celebrations will be a family friendly headline event at Pirrama Park running on September 28-29 featuring wines from Orange and gourmet offerings from local artisan food producers as well as live entertainment.

“We’re very thrilled to announce our packed full program," said Pyrmont Festival director Alex Gibbs.

"In this celebration of the tight-knit relationship between city and country, the irresistible buzz of inner-city dining meets the inimitable flavours of Orange, to the backdrop of our unbeatable harbour views.”

 
Also in the spotlight will be limited-release beers from Pioneer Brewing Co and Badlands Brewery. 

Pyrmont eateries will also spotlight Orange’s winemakers with a series of special events, including wines from Orange region on show at the Pyrmont Point Hotel (September 20–October 6); and a celebration of all things biodynamic, organic and direct-trade at Bar Zini paired with Tamburlaine Organic Wines (September 21).

On 24 September, The Apprentice will welcome Sydney’s next generation of chefs serving up a dinner matched with wines from SeeSaw Wines; while the Terminus Hotel will pair with Printhie Wines for a September 29 after party. 
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Running throughout the festival will be evenings of Orange wine tasting hosted by local liquor shop Porter’s Liquor; and cooking masterclasses with Sydney Seafood School. 

For details see: www.pyrmontfestival.com.au

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