Australian Wine Month
Australia’s unique climate and landscape have fostered a fiercely independent wine scene, home to a vibrant community of growers, winemakers, viticulturists, and vignerons.
The first-ever ‘Australian Wine Month’ is an exclusive opportunity to understand why Australian wine is more exciting now than ever before, and by joining, you’ll have the chance to explore some of the almost endless array of styles produced from the diverse Australian wine regions.
The Australian Wine Month sessions showcase the passion and authenticity of Australian winemakers in each glass of wine that you’ll taste, so join us and find your new favourite Australian wine!
30 Oct (Fri) 7:30-10:00pm | English | $550
Australia has one of the most diverse wine scenes in the world, with more than 100 different grape varieties grown across 65 wine regions. Join us to learn the history of Australian wine, geography, beautiful wine regions and key varieties that make Australian wine unique.
14 Nov (Sat) 7:30-9:30pm | English | $650
Semillon is a delicate, versatile white grape variety with a long history in Australia and it’s produced in a range of styles. You’ll discover unique and authentic expressions of Australian Semillon by tasting a fascinating selection of young to aged wines, Semillon blends and a sweet ‘Noble Rot’ style from 1984.
21 Nov (Sat) 7:30-9:30pm | English | $650
The Australian wine community is renowned for its creativity and willingness to experiment. A new generation of winemakers have challenged stereotypes and brought an exciting diversity to the Australian wine scene. ‘Australia’s Best-Kept Secrets’ seminar highlights the spirit of innovation and experimentation and is a thrilling journey to taste new favourites like Vermentino, Roussanne or Sangiovese.
28 Nov (Sat) 12:30-3:00pm | $780 / $1,400 for 2 persons / $2,400 for 4 persons
Australia is home to some of the oldest vines in the world. Generations of caring, innovative winemakers have helped shape some of Australia’s classic wine styles while they also look at new ways to help them thrive in the future.
The ‘Old Vines, New Ways’ lunch tasting is an exclusive opportunity to enjoy some of the Australia’s most extraordinary wines such as old vine Grenache, an aged cool climate Chardonnay and an iconic Cabernet Sauvignon.