Drop into the Noisy Ritual Pop-Up Fermentation Bar at Victoria Harbour from 20 to 30 March, for wine by the glass, tasting flights and bottles alongside delicious wares from neighbouring Italian panini bar, Saluministi.
This will take place alongside the fun of a working winery with fermenting grapes and opportunities to get your hands (and feet) dirty, as the Noisy Ritual team showcases the winemaking process in the waterfront precinct on the edge of the Melbourne CBD.
It’s winemaking and/or drinking all in one central location on Melbourne’s free tram zone on Collins Street. Don’t miss this pop-up fermentation bar and urban winery in action.
Shop 1, 889 Collins Street, Victoria Harbour
Wednesday 4pm – 9pm
Thursday noon – 10pm
Friday noon – 10pm
Saturday 4pm – 10pm
Workshops and events
Become part of Noisy Ritual’s proud tradition of people-powered winemaking by taking part in a Demystifying Winemaking workshop on Saturday 23 or Saturday 30 March. These sessions all about learning through doing: stomping, pressing and (of course) drinking in the name of making good-quality wine.
On 19 March, the Victoria Harbour edition of Festival cult favourite, Crawl n Bite, features an exclusive preview of the Pop-Up Fermentation Bar, as well as workshops, blind tastings, drinks and snacks at Saluministi and chocolatier Kep Whitley’s eponymous store.
Victoria Harbour is a waterfront Docklands precinct where Collins and Bourke streets meet. The precinct is home to more than 5,000 residents, 15,000 workers and more than 100 cafes, restaurants and retailers.
Stomping, pressing and drinking in the name of making good quality wine
Noisy Ritual Pop-Up Fermentation Bar, Docklands