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[NSW] International Women’s Day x Champagne Celebration
Date: March 8#6:30 pm-9:30 pm AEDT
What is the best way to celebrate International Women’s Day? With a glass of Champagne of course!
For International Women’s Day, Sommeliers Australia is collaborating with the Champagne Bureau Australia, Reign Champagne Parlour & Champagne Taittinger to throw the event of the year.
Here is your chance to rub shoulders with some of Sydney’s best Sommeliers – whilst enjoying a glass of Champagne Taittinger or Grower Champagne made by female winemakers. Not to mention a Caviar bump on arrival supplied by Gourmet Life.
And yes of course men are very welcome to support and converse – nay encouraged!
Come and see Sydney’s female Sommeliers in their element, with keynote speakers – host & Trippas White Group Sommelier Louella Mathews; Bridget Raffal, Vice President of Sommeliers Australia, President of Women and Revolution, and owner of Where’s Nick Bar (Marrickville); and Georgie Davidson-Brown, Head Sommelier of Chiswick Restaurant –who will speak to the past present and future of the Australian Wine Industry.
Ticket price includes Champagne tasting, Caviar bump on arrival and snacks.
⇒ Sommeliers Australia Members – $65 + booking fee
- To access the Members priced ticket, Sommeliers Australia Members login at sommeliers.com.au, click the ‘View Available Coupons’ button on the dashboard for their UNIQUE ACCESS CODE. Then proceed to Humanitix and apply the access code on the ticket page to ‘Access hidden tickets’.
⇒ Non-Members – $95 + booking fee
Bookings are essential and will be taken until 11pm, Tuesday 7 March, unless booked out prior.
CLICK HERE to book your tickets via Humanitix.
* The Champagne Bureau is happy to support this tasting with Sommeliers Australia to celebrate International Women’s Day and in recognition of the work that Sommeliers Australia’s is doing in the Diversity and Inclusion space, in creating a safe and inclusive workspace for all sommeliers and wine professionals regardless of gender or identity.
There has been a long history of the influence of strong female role models in the Champagne region that has been documented since medieval times. Contemporary evidence shows that this vital role of women continues in the industry today, where there is more inclusion and diversity in traditional roles; since 2017 there have been more female students studying wine making at Reims University than ever before.
Interesting reading – https://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-40165933