Bubbles, beats and all things sparkling were celebrated as part of this year's Effervescence Tasmania event over the weekend.
With events held at Josef Chromy, Timbre Kitchen, Clover Hill wines and several other wineries across Northern Tasmania, the event returned for 2021 following last year's cancellation due to COVID-19.
Restaurant manager Gary Slicer said event was a great success, and there was a range of events to cater for everyone.
"We started off with the sparkling dinner on Friday evening with Tyson Stelzer and food from chef Nick Raitt to kick off the festival, which was a great night," Mr Slicer said.
He said 110 people attended the opening-night festivities, which included a five-course dinner.
Saturday's events included The Grand Tasting, showcasing 15 of Tasmania's best sparkling houses and more than 50 cuvees. The tasting also housed food from Sailor Food Truck, Small Grain and the Josef Chromy Kitchen.
"We sold around 950 tickets for the tasting, so it was a really busy but great day."
Another highlight was Saturday's Bubbles and Beats event, which featuring DJs and of course, bubbly.
"We had 330 people on Saturday night. It rained a bit but then the sun came out, we had a rainbow and everyone had a great time."
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