Take me to your litre!

Look, it’s no secret the Liquidity team likes a good drop every so often (or in the case of a certain unnamed August festival, bordering on frequent), and that’s just one of the designs behind Rosé Revolution.

But along with loving the wine we’re with, the popular Brisbane event is about the act of giving (ahead of the ‘giving ourselves far too much ham’ that is Christmas). Every year, Rosé Revolution nominates a charity, donating funds from ticket sales and raffle money to the good cause.

This year, a sell-out crowd took the Brisbane Powerhouse’s River Studio by storm – albeit the bright, sunny day we enjoyed – for an afternoon of good wine, good times, and good deeds for Australia’s Share the Dignity.

Saturday 25 November saw 100+ guests gather for world-class rosé wine, canapés from Brisbane favourite Bar Alto, and a chance to raise awareness on an important issue.

No, not rosé (though that’s pretty important too). Over the day, Liquidity raised over $2500 for homeless and impoverished women in need of personal hygiene supplies.

In addition, with 12+ different rosé wines for guests to taste-test, 178 bottles of wine were purchased directly from the suppliers, to be home delivered to the event’s guests. The biggest seller was this year’s mascot wine, Maison AIX rosé, closely followed by Howard Park’s ‘Jete’ sparkling rosé.

We came, we drank, we conquered another successful year – see you in 2018 for the next round.