Presented by Barossa Grape and Wine Association
Most international wine regions can claim a fine wine story of excellence in one particular variety, style or expression. Few regions, however, can claim to be as synonymous with a country’s reputation for international wine acclaim such as Barossa. Renowned for a portfolio of varieties, blends, estates, single-vineyards and flagship releases.
Each wine in this tasting has been selected for its ability to tell a compelling story of place, climate, soil and most importantly its people. With a focus on Shiraz, where Barossa has a 175-year-old tradition of producing Australia’s finest expressions.
This tasting will guide participants on a journey through some of Barossa’s rare and collectable wines to discover low-yielding, ripe fruited, yet structured wines interlaced with high quality oak. Each wine has demonstrated ability to age for a minimum of 20 years, underscoring their desirability as cellar collectables.
Join Corinne Mui and James March, CEO Barossa Grape and Wine Association, to learn more from some of the most recognised and loved names on the Australian wine landscape. Featuring wines from Jacob's Creek, Charles Melton, Grant Burge, Thorn Clarke, Teusner, Kaesler, Rolf Binder, and First Drop
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