The most wonderful charity day of the year has returned. For the fourth year in a row, Liquidity Marketing & Communications presents Rosé Revolution 2018.

Returning to Brisbane on Saturday December 1st, there’s no better way to kick off the summer season than by raising a glass and indulging in bottomless
rosé for a cause.

Taking over Brisbane Powerhouse’s River Studio, guests will join together for a glass (or three) of rosé, with proceeds going towards two deserving Cancer foundations that improve awareness, research and support for affected Australians.

Amelia Taylor, director of Liquidity Marketing, says “Rosé Rev is an event I look forward to all year, and this year we’re gearing up for a chance to join forces with our clients, friends and two amazing charities over a few good hours of wine and canapés. What’s not to love?”

Entering the afternoon, guests will receive a glass on arrival from AIX Rosé, a French winery dedicated to celebrating in style and bringing people together, while taking in the atmosphere and live entertainment at the iconic Brisbane Powerhouse.

Tickets to the exclusive annual event are just $65pp, which includes an afternoon of unlimited rosé, as well as canapés from one of Brisbane’s most coveted lunch venues, Bar Alto.

Guests will be free to taste tour rosé from around the globe; with pop up rosé bars dedicated to the top tipples from all our favourite wine’d up regions. There will be samples from over 21 Rosé wineries, such as Howard Park WA, El Desparado SA and Rameau d’Or Provence. That’s a yes from us!

The world truly is better through Rosé coloured glasses, and there’s no better way to spend a beautiful summer afternoon than drinking rosé along the Brisbane river. Gather your troops, grab a glass and drink for a cause this summer at Rosé Revolution 2018.


Saturday, 1 December / 2pm – 5pm

River Studio, Brisbane Powerhouse

119 Lamington St, New Farm QLD 4005

Tickets on sale Thursday 1 November
$65pp / includes unlimited rosé and canapés



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