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Date: June 18, 2018#9:30 am-5:00 pm AEST

Wine Geelong invites Sommeliers Australia ‘Sommelier’ members to take a dive into the Geelong region and explore the diversity of wines, microclimates and sub-regions during this day-long immersion visit. Discover the complexity of Geelong and its sub-regions – Moorabool, Surf Coast and Bellarine.

Hosted by Wine Geelong, the day trip will include bus transfers from the City Wine Shop (departing 9.30am SHARP, returning 5/5.30) to Provenance Wines, Nicol’s Paddock and Scotchman’s Hill.

At each stop local wineries from the respective sub-region have been invited to present a selection of wines they wish to champion in an informal environment. Lunch and refreshments are provided for the day along with guest speakers giving us valuable insights into the past, present and future of wine in Geelong.


Wines will be on show from: Provenance Wines – Lethbridge – Austins & Co – Austins 6ft6 – Clyde Park – Nicol’s Paddock – Dinny Goonan – Barwon Ridge Wines – Brown Magpie – Yes Said the Seal – Terindah Estate – Banks Road – Oakdene – Scotchmans Hill – Ponda Estate – Marcus Hill – Jack Rabbit – Curlewis Winery – Kilgour Wines – Leura Park Estate – Basils Farm


**Don’t forget to wear your winter gear – Geelong is in a maritime climate zone, and it could be fresh in June!**

Seats are limited, so book early to avoid disappointment!


Sommeliers Australia Members – $20 + booking fee
[With thanks to Wine Geelong’s generous support, the minimal ticket cost is to help cover transport costs.]

Bookings are essential, and will be taken until Friday 15 June, 10.30am unless booked out prior.


CLICK HERE to book your place via Eventbrite.


NOTE: If you would like to bring a non-member, please contact [email protected] to enquire about availability.


Sommeliers Australia would like to thank Wine Geelong for generously supporting this visit.




June 18, 2018
9:30 am-5:00 pm AEST
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Departing: City Wine Shop
159 Spring Street
Melbourne, VIC 3000 Australia
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