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Date: May 11#2:30 pm-4:30 pm AEST

Cast a flaming torch on the relics of a distant past and unearth something unique in the world of wine, from the cradle of civilisation.

Throughout the ages, Armenia, Georgia, Greece and Turkey have seen many different ages, peoples, conquerors, liberators. While their disparate wine cultures may not sit at the forefront of the wine lens, each country’s wine history has an important place nonetheless.

Sommeliers Australia’s Jenny Polack (Bacchus Academy) and guest sommelier/WSET educator, Ian Trinkle (Wineism) will lead this exploration of wines from the ancient birthplace of wine.

Encounter difficult to pronounce varieties from a true mosaic of geological makeup and experience both traditional methods and modern-day winemaking techniques.

 

TICKETS:
Only 12 seats are available for this session.


⇒ Sommeliers Australia Members – $30 + booking fee

  • To access the Members priced ticket, Members should login at sommeliers.com.au and click the ‘Members Only Offers’ button on the dashboard for the Ancient Cradle code, then proceed to Humanitix and apply the code at checkout.

⇒ Non-Members – $45 + booking fee

 

TO BOOK:
Bookings are essential and will be taken until 12pm, Monday 9 May, unless booked out prior.

CLICK HERE to book your tickets via Humanitix.

 

 

 

Image thanks to Zorah Wines.

Details

Date:
May 11
Time:
2:30 pm-4:30 pm AEST
Event Category:

Venue

Wineism (at Albion Fine Trades)
Tenancy 1C and 1D, 97 Sandgate Road
Albion, QLD 4010 Australia
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