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October 2021

[ONLINE] Part 1 – Exploration of Fortified Wines: Sherry & Madeira

October 4#3:00 pm-4:30 pm
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The fortified wines of Australia, France, Portugal and Spain have long held an esteemed place in the world of wine. While some wine drinkers consider fortifieds to be a curiosity, those in the know understand their relevance on a wine list or retail shelf, and the expertise required to make a truly great fortified style wines - whether it be Sherry, Madeira, Banyuls or Port. Join Sommeliers Australia’s Bridget Raffal (Where’s Nick Wine Bar), Louella Mathews (bibo wine bar) and…

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[ONLINE] Part 2 – Exploration of Fortified Wines: Australian Fortifieds

October 10#3:00 pm-4:30 pm
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The fortified wines of Australia, France, Portugal and Spain have long held an esteemed place in the world of wine. While some wine drinkers consider fortifieds to be a curiosity, those in the know understand their relevance on a wine list or retail shelf, and the expertise required to make a truly great fortified style wines - whether it be Sherry, Madeira, Banyuls or Port. Join Sommeliers Australia’s Bridget Raffal (Where’s Nick Wine Bar), Louella Mathews (bibo wine bar) and…

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[ONLINE] Part 3 – Exploration of Fortified Wines: Port & Banyuls

October 11#3:00 pm-4:30 pm
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The fortified wines of Australia, France, Portugal and Spain have long held an esteemed place in the world of wine. While some wine drinkers consider fortifieds to be a curiosity, those in the know understand their relevance on a wine list or retail shelf, and the expertise required to make a truly great fortified style wines - whether it be Sherry, Madeira, Banyuls or Port. Join Sommeliers Australia’s Bridget Raffal (Where’s Nick Wine Bar), Louella Mathews (bibo wine bar) and…

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[ONLINE] Discover Carmenere

October 18#4:00 pm-5:00 pm
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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…

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