Rootstock Sydney is a not for profit festival celebrating natural, artisanal, sustainable, organic, and biodynamic wine and food.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
People attending the Wine Fair must be over 18. Rootstock may request proof of age.
What is the refund policy?
Refunds are only available if an event is cancelled, rescheduled or significantly relocated or to the extend otherwise required by law (including the Australian consumer law). No refunds or exchanges are available as a result of a change in your personal circumstances.
What are the costs for Rootstock Sydney?
Rootstock Sydney is free to attend and free to browse with a huge chef-famed/producer collaborative farmer’s market offering produce to purchase and dishes to purchase and enjoy over Saturday and Sunday 26 - 27 November. The various pavilions, including cheese, coffee, laboratorio (unique Australian products) and the indigenous pavilion are also free to explore. The bars and night parties are also free to enjoy, with drinks available to purchase. Tickets are required for Talks sessions and the four WIne Festival tasting sessions. Tickets for the Wine Festival sessions entitle you to taste at your leisure, without tokens or purchasing glasses, wine is available to taste in your allowed ticketed session.
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Rootstock Sydney and Carriageworks
ROOTSTOCK SYDNEY IS NOT FOR PROFIT.
The organisers along with a network of amazing friends all donate their time to make this festival the event that it is.
Rootstock Sydney wants to encourage:
Purity, balance, character, complexity and uniqueness in the wines we drink.
Awareness of these wines through accessibility and advocacy of the wine and the producer’s philosophies and practices.
Discussion and communication between like-minded producers.
Sustainability over modern commercial agricultural practices.
Transparency and clarity of the ingredients in wine and practices in winemaking. All wines at Rootstock Sydney will have few additions | treatments and these must be transparent to the consumer, but in the broader industry we also wish to see that all wines are required to be clearly labeled with their additions and treatments.
Winemaking and wine-growing of the world, encouraging internationalism with this movement, while maintaining the expressions of terroir and preservation of local winemaking characteristics.