’Mitiszol?’ Organic Wine Festival In Budapest, 16 November

  • 4 Nov 2019 9:42 AM
’Mitiszol?’ Organic Wine Festival In Budapest, 16 November
Mitiszol? Festival is Central and Eastern Europe’s big, annual fair of organic, biodynamic and natural wines. Traditionally it is held each year in the middle of November, this year for the ninth time.

The goal of the event is to spread the philosophy and importance of organic and natural wines. Of course, the usual exciting winemakers will be there and many other colorful and remarkable winemakers will join as well.

There will be winemakers from many countries in Europe, and you can personally ask them what is in your wine.

In addition to more than 150 wines, you will have the opportunity to taste drinks made in the same spirit as wines: pálinka, beer, and gin.

In addition to the great drinks, well-known chefs from Budapest will be honoring the guests to prove how important the local, seasonal and organic ingredients are. Leave your sandwich at home and have a lunch or dinner at the Festival or try some cheese and buffalo salami.
 

Workshops

There is a limited number of tickets available. The maximum duration of the workshop is 45 minutes. Tickets for the workshop, including the presentation and tasting of 4-6 wines. The workshop ticket will be valid only with Mitiszol? Festival ticket.

Tickets: 
HUF 11,900

Date and time: 
Saturday, 16 November, 12 pm - 6 pm

Venue: 
Bálna Budapest
1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 11-12.

More: 
mitiszol.hu

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