Warm Up with Wine at the Marcali Mulled Wine Festival 2024

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On February 17, 2024, Marcali’s Market Square becomes a hub of warmth and good spirits with the 14th annual Mulled Wine Festival. Wine enthusiasts and newcomers alike are invited to discover that there truly is no such thing as a bad wine, only good, better, and best.

A Toast to Good Cheer in Marcali’s Market Square

Festival Highlights:

The festival promises an atmosphere brimming with cheer, accompanied by a selection of wines guaranteed to warm you from the inside out.

Schedule of Events:

  • 2:00 PM: Let the fun begin! Festival opening with musician Tamás Gazda
  • 3:30 PM: “Cymbals in a Cruel World” – Operetta medley with the Operett-Musical Voices Company
  • 4:30 PM: “No Bad Wine, Only Good, Better, Best” – Awards Ceremony
  • 5:00 PM: “Come Home from the Tavern!” – Festive mix with singer Timi Pintér
  • 6:00 PM: “The Party Spins” – Live performance by Animal Cannibals
  • 6:45 PM: “Magic of Lights” – LED juggling show by the Kócos Stilt Walking Company
  • 7:30 PM: “On Route 67” – Live concert by the Mohican Band
  • 9:00 PM: Festival close

And because it’s not just about passing the time but also savoring the wine: festival-goers who wish to taste the competing teams’ mulled wines can do so by purchasing a festival mug and a wine tasting ticket, redeemable at any team’s booth while supplies last.

Mug and Ticket Pricing:

  • Mug: 700 HUF
  • Festival Wine Tasting Ticket: 500 HUF

Experience the Essence of Winter in Marcali

The Marcali Mulled Wine Festival offers more than just a taste of the region’s finest wines; it’s an opportunity to immerse yourself in local culture, music, and festivities. Whether you’re there to sample the award-winning mulled wines, enjoy the live performances, or simply soak up the festival atmosphere, Marcali’s Market Square is the place to be this February.

Gather your friends and family and join us for a day of warmth, wine, and wonderful memories at one of Hungary’s most anticipated winter festivals.

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