Red Series Ballarat

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The team are thrilled to announce that Ballarat will host the highly anticipated Red Series event, showcasing Western Victoria’s finest winemakers and their award-winning wines. This year, the event has been extended to two days, providing more opportunities for a world-class wine-tasting experience.

The Red Series will be held at the historic Mining Exchange building, just a short walk from Ballarat’s train station. The venue offers a heated indoor space, enhancing the warm and inviting atmosphere.

The Pyrenees, Grampians, and Ballarat wine regions are renowned for their 160-year winemaking history, breathtaking landscapes, and down-to-earth winemakers. At the Red Series, you can sample fine wines from 22 top wineries. Whether you’re a seasoned connoisseur or exploring new tastes, there’s something for everyone.

In addition to outstanding wine tastings, the Red Series has partnered with Cheer-box to provide platters, enhancing your experience. Details for ordering will be shared after ticket purchase.

Don’t miss this chance to immerse yourself in Western Victoria’s wine culture and taste some of the region’s best wines. Book your tickets now for an unforgettable experience at the Red Series in Ballarat.

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  • Fri 26 Jul 5pm–8pm
  • Sat 27 Jul 1pm–4pm
  • Sat 27 Jul 5pm–8pm

Ballarat Mining Exchange

8 Lydiard St N, Ballarat Central VIC 3350

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$50 per person

Early bird tickets are available for $50 (plus booking fee) until July 20th, 2024, and include a souvenir glass and bottle cloth bag.

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