The Valencia Wine Festival is usually held in April each year on the riverbed between the Calatrava bridge and the Las Flores bridge.
Held outdoors in the Turia river bed gardens, the Mostra de Vinos y Alimentos tradicionales event is organised by the official Valencia food and wine producers' association, guaranteeing only the best gastro and vino products are on offer.
Expect all the top local winemakers to be present, with an amazing selection of red, white and cava wines, including special regional varieties such as Bobal and Macabeo.
Of course, you couldn't enjoy wine in Valencia without cheese and cured meats, so there's also a selection of the finest to try, as well as plenty of yummy sweet and savoury cakes and pastries.
Don't worry if you're a beer drinker, there will also be some stonking local craft brewers on hand to set your tastebuds alight with some favourite Valencian cervezas.
Tickets include taster drinks/snacks and you'll be given a digital bracelet when you enter and you can top up with more credit for tasters as and when you need to.
Live music performances and cooking demonstrations will also keep the crowds entertained and there is a children's play area and cloakroom.
Tickets can usually be bought at the entrance but we strongly recommend you book online at the organiser's website to avoid long queues.
Other wine events in Valencia
Mostra de Vins de Terres del Alforins in Fontanars, Moixent or Font de Figuera - April or May.
Ferevin in Requena - end of August.
Raimà Festival in Pobla del Duc - end of August.
Harvest festival in Utiel-Requena - end of August-beginning of September.