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Monday, 22 November 2021 # 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm AEDT


WATCH THE RECORDING of Discover Cabernet Sauvignon

In our final ‘Discover Variety’ session for 2021, we delve into the widely-planted – and arguably the most noble – black grape in the world, Cabernet Sauvignon!

Join Sommeliers Australia’s Mirco Tarducci (Steve’s) and Louella Mathews (bibo wine bar) and their guest – Zooming in live from the McHenry Hohnen Hazel Vineyard – head winemaker, Jacapo Dalli Cani, as they dig deep into three classic Cabernet Sauvignon regions.

Compare how Chile’s Maipo Valley performs against benchmark regions, Bordeaux and Australia’s own Margaret River, when it comes to Cabernet Sauvignon and blends.


The three wines under discussion:

Aquitania Cabernet Sauvignon, Maipo Valley CHILE (750ml) – $33 RRP
Chateau Bernadotte, Bordeaux FRA (750ml) – $39 RRP
McHenry Hohnen Hazel’s Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon,
Margaret River WA (750ml) – $70 RRP
[Total value – $143 RRP]



TASTING TICKETS  14 Tasting Tickets available.
Includes access to the Zoom session, the 3 wines & delivery.
All Tasting Tickets must be purchased before 4pm, Monday 1 November.

⇒ Members Tasting Ticket – $87 + booking fee

  • To access the Members priced ticket, Sommeliers Australia Members login at sommeliers.com.au and click the ‘Members Only Offers’ button on the dashboard for the Discover Cabernet Sauvignon discount coupon code, then proceed to Humanitix and apply the code at checkout.

⇒ Non-Members Tasting Ticket – $97 + booking fee

Bookings must be made before 5pm, Sunday 21 November to receive the Zoom link.⠀
Includes access to the Zoom session only.
Attendees can take part using similar wines from their own cellars.

⇒ Discover Ticket – FREE



CLICK HERE to book your tickets via Humanitix.


This session will be hosted on Zoom, at 3pm AEDT.
Ticket holders will be emailed the Zoom link and access info.


Note: If purchasing a Tasting Ticket, there’s no need to register for a Discover Ticket as well.



Image thanks to Wine Australia / Ian Routledge.


Monday, 22 November 2021
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm AEDT
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