By Amy Looker

The Vintage Cellars International Wine Fair will hit Sydney this weekend, with more than 30 winemakers from across the globe on hand to showcase their wines.

Spanning the classic regions of Europe and Italy to South Africa, the Americas, New Zealand and some top Australian producers, guests will have the chance to taste a vast array of wines and participate in featured tastings, workshops and winemaker meet and greet sessions.

The roll call of wineries includes Chile’s Concha Y Toro, Argentina’s Bodegas Norton, France’s Cattier, South Africa’s Nederburg and Australia’s Howard Park.

Taking place at the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay, the Sydney event is the last stop for the fair, which, for the first time, was also held in Perth and Melbourne.

Tickets cost $25 and can be purchased in-store or online.

Tickets will also be available at the door until sold out.


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