This year, for the first time ever, Di Bella Coffee are bringing their beautiful beans to the Noosa International Food and Wine Festival.

Attention food and wine lovers — between Thursday 14 to Sunday 17 May, make sure you get yourself to the Sunshine Coast and stop in at the Noosa International Food and Wine Festival to sample all the sumptuous culinary delights.

There will be over 200 chefs, producers, winemakers and media attending the festival, joining foodies from all over the world, to indulge and celebrate all the good things in life.

Once again, the food trails to the Hinterland and river, the beach, the Noosa National Park and the Festival Village will all be places to stop and sip and sup. This year though, the Festival will be welcoming Di Bella Coffee into their folds and introducing foodies to the full-flavoured beans that the people of Brisbane know and love.

Marcel Mascunan, one of the passionate and coffee-educated team at Di Bella, shares: “This is our first year at the Noosa International Food and Wine Festival and we are excited to be part of the Festival. It is a privilege to be part of one of great food festivals in Australia.”

The Noosa International Food and Wine Festival is one of the major international food festivals and a celebration of good food, wine and coffee. “We wanted to be part of the festival because foodies and consumers want to know more about the origins of their food and beverages,” Mascunan says. “Di Bella Coffee has always been an advocate for education and knowledge-sharing with consumers and the food industry. So for us, the festival offers a great opportunity to share our passion for coffee and take visitors on a coffee journey.”

If you’re looking for your daily caffeine fix or ready to step up and sample a new blend of beans, head to The Di Bella Coffee Garden Marquee in the Festival Village where you will find the Ultimate Coffee Experience. “There will be Di Bella Coffee workshops, an Italian baking session and an Espresso Martini by Di Bella cocktail bar,” Mascunan boasts.

“There will be an opportunity to taste and enjoy coffees and coffee innovations like Coffee Kick. Our barista team will host demonstrations and we will have a range of blends and single origin coffee on offer.”

Di Bella are known in the industry for their consummate professionalism, high level of passion for all things coffee and also for their dedication to enlightening people about their coffee and the processes involved. “For us, it an opportunity to educate coffee and food lovers about the origins of coffee and ethical sourcing practices like our Crop to Cup programme,” Mascunan explains.

Of course, once you’ve tasted the goods and learnt about how the coffee goes from crop to your cup, you will want to take it all home with you, to enjoy any time you desire. Luckily, festival visitors will enjoy great discounts for any purchase, ranging from coffees, chocolates and teas to books, hampers and brewing apparatus. And as Mascunan is quick to add, “All purchases can be delivered so there is no need to carry items.”

Which means a free hand to hold your delicious hot cup of coffee from Di Bella.

Oh, and if you buy a Di Bella Coffee in the Bowen Hills Roasting warehouse or Drive Thru you can win two General Admission tickets plus tickets to the high tea session at the Festival (total value of these tickets is $190)!

The Noosa International Food & Wine Festival runs from May 14-17. For more information, head to

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