With more than 100 unique grape varieties grown across 65 distinct wine regions, find out what makes Australian wine unique at the Australian Trade Tasting.
– More than 250 wines
– Women in Wine focus table featuring iconic producers and emerging stars
– Producers in market and seeking distribution
Participating wineries at the 2019 Australia Trade tasting include:
Balnaves, Barossa Valley Wine Company, Brookland Valley, Croser, Chambers Rosewood, Charles Melton, Clonakilla, Cullen, Dalrymple, d’Arenberg, De Bortoli Wines, First Creek Wines, Giant Steps, Grant Burge, Grosset, Hardys, Houghton, House of Arras, Jansz, John Duval, Kirrihill Wines, Knappstein, Leasingham, Levantine Hill, Milton Park, Mitolo, McGuigan, McWilliam’s Wines, Mount Horrocks, Mount Langi Ghiran, Mount Pleasant, Patiritti, Petaluma, Plantagenet, Peter Lehmann, Reynella, S.C. Pannell, Shaw + Smith, Silkman, Sir Ian Botham Wines, St Hallett, Stonier, The Other Wine Co, Thomas Hardy, Thorn-Clarke, Three Lions, Tolpuddle Vineyard, Vasse Felix, Wakefield Wines, Willunga 100, Yalumba, Xanadu, Yering Station.
McLaren Vale Masterclass 11:00 – 1:00 p.m. Places are limited and must be prebooked. They are offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Venue: The Round Room, Mansion House. To book contact Jean Smullen
McLaren Vale’s old vines and 180 years of winemaking experiencehas revealed a new generation of winemakers that are pushing boundaries and starting new traditions. Find out how winemakers are experimenting with alternative varieties and new styles to create something extraordinary. Explore the diversity of McLaren Vale and the innovative spirit of the region’s winemakers in this master class, led by The Wine Detective and McLaren Vale Ambassador, Sarah Ahmed
CONTACT: Jean Smullen Tel: (086) 816 8468 E: email@example.com