Experience The Largest Ever Showing Of
Tasmanian Wines In Sydney & Brisbane
Wine buffs will have the opportunity to enjoy some of Tasmania’s
leading wines at September tasting events in Sydney and Brisbane.
More than 100 wines from 28 top producers will be offered which
include world class Sparkling and Pinot Noir along with selected highly rated
cool climate Riesling, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.
SYDNEY – Museum of Contemporary Art,
Monday the 1st of September 2008
BRISBANE – The City Hall, Wednesday 3rd
of September 2008
The event will be open to the public from 4pm to 8pm at a cost of
$45 per head. Tasmanian gourmet delights will accompany the wine tasting line
For further information, bookings and trade registration please go
or call 03 6223 3770.
There will also be a one hour master class led by Tasmanian wine
The Master class will be held at 6.30pm and will cost $40.00 in both
Sydney and in Brisbane. The master class will be focussing on award winning
Pinot Noir from the region and will be conducted by high profile Tasmanian wine
Bookings are necessary as numbers are limited.
Wine Industry Tasmania, the event organiser, is the peak body
representing Tasmania's grape growers and winemakers - working together to
promote the island state as a leading producer of premium cool-climate wines.
Tasmanian Vineyards Represented Include:
Barrringwood Park, Bream
Creek Vineyard, Cape Bernier, Clemens Hill Vineyard, Clover Hill, Coal Valley
Vineyard, Craigow Vineyard, Dalrymple, Delamere Vineyard, Derwent Estate
Vineyard, Domaine A/Stoney Vineyard, Freycinet VY, Frogmore Creek & 42
Degrees South, Ghost Rock Vineyard, Grey Sands Vineyard, Holm Oak Vineyards,
Home Hill Wines, Jansz Wine Company, Josef Chromy Wines, Meadowbank Wines,
Moorilla Estate, Morningside Vineyard, Pirie South, Pooley Wines, Spring Vale
Vineyards, Stefano Lubiana Wines, Tamar Ridge Estates and Heemskerk Wines.