OUR WINES, THE STARS OF THE NIGHT
In all there will be over 20 wines to sample.
Vintages of ten Delicata award-winning brands are served from as many stalls spread along the garden’s periphery.
These include the semi-sparkling Frizzantes made from the very rare native old bush vines Girgentina and Ġellewża, a selection of white, red and rosé D.O.K. Malta Medina and D.O.K. Gozo Victoria Heights boutique wines, noble mono-varietals of the iconic flagship Gran Cavalier selection and Malta’s most internationally awarded Grand Vin de Hauteville range.
Besides the sweeter lifestyle Dolcino, the exiting, low-alcohol Spritzzer range, The Falcon wines, the popular lush Casella Moscato and other varietals of the Classic Collection will also be available for tasting. The three wines from the Pjazza Reġina range, crafted in tribute to Valletta, will be on show to taste, too.
GET YOUR WINE PURSE
GET YOUR WINE PURSE
Wine coins are the common currency at Delicata Classic Wine Festival, exchangeable for glasses of delightful wines.
Whilst entrance is free, to try the wines you need to purchase a purse of 24 wine coins and a souvenir glass (yours to keep) for only €20.
Handing over the correct change of wine coins at the stalls inside will prompt dedicated wine stewards to pour a standard 150 ml glass of the wine on show in the clearly marked festival glass.
We generously serve all wines by the glass: no tasters, no bottles. Glasses and left-over wine coins are not refundable and not convertible to cash or bottles. By purchasing you consent to the terms and conditions.
MUSIC TO YOUR EARS
Every evening there is a double-bill of top local talent on show.
ENJOY DIFFERENT CUISINES
Live cooking stalls will be serving a tempting variety of both traditional Maltese and international dishes to tease a wide range of palates.
Strictly no wine will be served to anyone under 17. Wine glasses are sold until 11 pm, wine is poured up to 11.30 pm and the festival closes at midnight.
Mineral water and soft drinks are also available for purchase with cash.
Patrons are reminded to enjoy responsibly and never drink and drive.OPEN IN GOOGLEMAPS