[ONLINE] Discover Carmenere
Date: October 18#4:00 pm-5:00 pm
In this ‘Discover Variety’ online session, we’re exploring the mystery of Carmenere!
Carmenere is an ancient grape variety, once known as THE grape of Bordeaux from Roman times. Now nearly extinct in Europe and only used as a blending component of modern Bordeaux reds for its colour, tannin and perfume, Carmenere is now grown almost extensively in Chile.
But, this mysterious and intriguing black grape variety has a complex past and an exciting future.
So join Sommeliers Australia’s Kim Bickley (Thomas Wines) and Ben Moechtar (The Certified Sommelier), and their Andean mentor, Dennis Roman (Sense at Wine), as they compare the similarities and differences between three 100% Carmenere wines from Australia and Chile.
The three wines under discussion:
|Russell & Suitor ‘Alejandro’ Carmenere, Murray Darling VIC (750ml) – $25 RRP|
|Viña Marty ‘Pirca’ Carmenere, Cachapoal CHILE (750ml) – $36 RRP|
|Antiyal Pura Fe Carmenere, Maipo CHILE (750ml) – $46 RRP|
|[Total value ̶ $107 RRP]|
TASTING TICKETS – 15 Tasting Tickets available.
Includes access to the Zoom session, the 3 wines & delivery.
All Tasting Tickets must be purchased before 4pm, Monday 4 October.
⇒ Members Tasting Ticket – $70 + 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 Carmenere discount coupon code, then proceed to Humanitix and apply the code at checkout.
⇒ Non-Members Tasting Ticket – $85 + booking fee
Bookings must be made before 5pm, Sunday 17 October 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 4pm 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 Wines of Chile.