Thursday, 8 August 2019

Tasmania's best wine producers hit Sydney and Melbourne

Calling all Sydney and Melbourne wine lovers. This coming weekend offers your chance to taste the best of Tasmania at Vin Diemen.
 
In Sydney, over 115 wines from 25 Tasmanian producers will be on tasting accompanied by a regionally-tailored food offering. 

You can choose your own Tasmanian wine adventure, with four wine trails to explore all under the one roof.

Tickets start at $65 plus booking fee and include samples of all wines plus a crystal wine glass from which to taste and for you to keep. Wine and food is also available to purchase on the day.

The venue is the Cell Block Theatre, National Art School, Forbes Street, Darlinghurst. 

There will be Tasmanian food offerings from Vineyard Seafood Restaurant, Bruny Island Cheese Co and Neon Studio and the chance to upgrade to a VIP ticket, which includes an extra hour of tastings before the crowds arrive, sparkling wine on arrival, a food voucher and a choice of tastings hosted by wine producers for VIPs only. 

In Melbourne, Sunday tastings will be held 11am-2pm and 3pm-6pm at Pure South Dining, Southbank. Tickets include all food, samples of all wines and a crystal glass. Tickets are $99 with VIP upgrades available.

Wineries involved at one or both venues include Ghost Rock, Barringwood, La Villa, Apogee, Bay Of Fires/Eddystone Point, Bellebonne/Wellington & Wolfe, Marion's Vineyard/Beautiful Isle, Dalrymple, Jansz, Pipers Brook, Delamere, Grey Sands, Holm Oak, Josef Chromy, Tamar Ridge/Pirie, Devil’s Corner, Spring Vale, Bream Creek, Moores Hill, Sharman Wines, Glaetzer Dixon, Nocton, Moorilla and Meadowbank

For details see:
https://www.vindiemen.com.au/portfolio/sydney-2019/

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