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[TAS] Syrahs of the South: A Masterclass
Date: September 21#12:30 pm-2:00 pm AEST
* Bookings extended to 4pm, Tuesday 19 September *
As the most prolific grape variety in Australia, Syrah – or more popularly known as Shiraz – accounts for more than a quarter of total wine grape production. The two names of the same grape tend to clue people in on its style – Shiraz is recognised as the big and bold-flavoured nectar from the Barossa Valley; and Syrah, the cool climate, ‘French’ leaning wine that is more floral and peppery.
Join us for the first time ever in Launceston, as Sommeliers Australia’s David Newman (S.Smith & Son/Negociants Aust.) and Michael Fisher (The Tasman) deep dive into Syrah with local winemaker Ricky Evans (Two Tonne Tasmania). Taste and discuss Syrahs from Tasmania alongside iconic examples from the mainland and Rhone Valley.
⇒ Members Tasting Ticket – $15 + 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 Tasting Ticket – $45 + booking fee
(A very limited number of Non-Members tickets are available.)
Bookings are essential and will be taken until 4pm, Monday 18 September, unless booked out prior.
CLICK HERE to book your tickets via Humanitix.
Photo credit: Wine Australia