Kurrawa beach to host Rosé Coast festival

A wave of rosé lovers are expected to wash onto the Gold Coast this May, for festivities such as ‘rosé roulette’ and ‘the masked wine’.

It has been announced Kurrawa Beach will play host to an inaugural Rosé Coast festival, on Saturday May 1.

Rosé Coast Co-Producer and Creative Director Kristen Francis said the beachfront location is an idyllic venue to sip the day away.


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“Everyone involved has worked hard to put the event together, given circumstances over the last year, so we’re very excited to finally share the news that we will be hitting Gold Coast shores this May,” said Kristen.

Rosé Coast will showcase a huge variety of the best rosé from over 20 wine growing regions across Australia, including prosecco, sparkling rosé, rosatos and frosé.

“These will be complemented by alternative options such as sparkling, red and white wine, Brookie’s Byron Gin, Brix Distillers from Sydney, Matso’s Brewery and Gage Roads Brew Co. from WA, along with the Wine Selectors Discovery Bar, all matched with a carefully curated gourmet food offering by Gold Coast legends, In Season Catering.”

Major Events Gold Coast CEO, Jan McCormick, welcomes the exciting new concept.

“As an event which fits our destination so perfectly, I am delighted to welcome Rosé Coast Gold Coast to our city,” she said.

With an entry price point of $49, tickets are expected to sell quickly. They will be available from Monday 22 February, to subscribers of the Festival.

There will also be an option to upgrade to the exclusive VIP Beach Club, or for those after a super exclusive vibe – a very limited number of VIP Beach Cabana tickets will give a private space for up to 10 people.

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If you want to do more than sit and sip in the sand, then you can line up for complimentary ‘Pinot & Picasso’ art classes, beach volleyball and badminton on the beach, or a pampering by endota spa Broadbeach.

Plus, rosé students will be able to test their skills at building more than your run-of-the-mill sand castle. Sand sculpture artist Dennis Massoud will be running specially designed lessons on how to create something magical in the sand.

If you’re tickled pink about all things blush, go to rosecoast.com.au

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