21 - 29 May 2019 Tianjin, Hangzhou, Kunming, Shenzhen Trade, media & educators Exhibit
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Tianjin, Hangzhou, Kunming, Shenzhen
Trade, media & educators

Are you visiting the China Roadshow 2019?

The annual China Roadshow offers an opportunity to learn more about Australian wine and discover the Australian wine brands that are available in China or are looking to enter the market. This is a unique opportunity to meet and engage with the winery representatives and taste the wines. 

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21 May 2019
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Shangri-La Tianjin, 328 Haihe East Road, Tianjin
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23 May 2019
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Grand Hyatt Hangzhou, 28 Hu Bin Road, Hangzhou Zhejiang
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27 May 2019
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Wanda Vista Kunming, No.888 Qianxing Road, Xishan Qu, Kunming Shi, Yunnan
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29 May 2019
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Hilton Shenzhen Shekou Nanhai, 1177 Wanghai Rd, Nanshan Qu, Shenzhen Shi, Guangdong Sheng
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Program of activities

Tianjin – 21 May 2019

10:00am – 12:30pm Foundations of Australian wine master class

Presented by
Dorian Tang, National Education Director of ASC Fine Wines

The landscape of Australian wine has never looked more exciting, with 65 distinct regions producing innovative and diverse wines of exceptional quality, Australia is one of the most historically interesting wine growing countries on Earth.

The Foundations of Australian Wine Master Class is our way of introducing the world to Australian wine and the people, places and processes that make it so exciting.

Join wine educator Dorian Tang, National Education Director of ASC Fine Wines who will introduce you to some of Australia’s most famous varieties and styles from some of the nation’s most iconic wine regions. This master class will explore the unique characteristics of each wine and the influences of the diverse landscape, climate and winemaking techniques that all contribute to shaping the distinctive Australian styles.

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

10:30am – 12:00pm Australia’s First Families of Wine – a Shiraz showcase

Presented by
Lu Yang MS, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Wine Program, Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd, and Founder of Grapea Institute

Presented by Australia's First Families of Wine

Australia’s First Families of Wine are synonymous with premium Australian wine. With a long heritage of winemaking, and ownership of some of Australia’s most iconic vineyards, their craft has been honed over many generations. This master class will showcase some of Australia’s most acclaimed wines from these families, featuring Australia’s most recognised variety, Shiraz.

Eleven of Australia’s oldest family-owned wineries will visit Tianjin for the first time, to share the stories and history behind their chosen wine.

Presented by Lu Yang MS, guests will taste and experience the richness and diversity of Shiraz, hailing from some of Australia’s most iconic vineyards. Following the master class there will be an opportunity to ask questions and join a meaningful discussion with representatives from the families including;

Grant Bellve (Tyrrell’s), Scott McWilliam (McWilliam’s), Mitchell Taylor (Wakefield Taylors Family Wines), Jeff Burch (Howard Park), Chester Osborn (d’Arenberg), Stephen Henschke (Henschke), Adam O’Neill (Yalumba), Dan Gregory (Campbells), Matt Herde (Tahbilk), Sam Barry (Jim Barry) and Caroline Brown (Brown Brothers).

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

2:00pm – 3:30pm McLaren Vale Premium Cabernet master class

Presented by
Lu Yang MS, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Wine Program, Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd, and Founder of Grapea Institute

Presented by McLaren Vale Grape Wine & Tourism Association

McLaren Vale is located just 45 minutes south of Adelaide and offers ancient geologies, a Mediterranean climate and a laidback, coastal lifestyle. For decades the region has been lauded for its ability to produce brilliance from an array of the three ‘noble’ varietals – Shiraz, Cabernet and Grenache.

In this master class led by Lu Yang MS, McLaren Vale’s generous Cabernet Sauvignon takes centre stage - the wines are full bodied and rich, often with a touch of dark chocolate intermixed with blackcurrant. The tannins are plentiful but soft, and the wines have structure for aging.

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Hangzhou – 23 May 2019

10:00am – 12:00pm Australia's Great Chardonnays - A Taste Above All master class

Presented by
Corinne Mui, COO of Asia Wine Service & Education Centre (AWSEC)

Chardonnay is the most planted and iconic white wine variety in Australia. It’s flavours and expressions are shaped by the region, the climate and the winemakers’ unique style, creating a diversity of flavours.

This master class will focus on the evolution of Australian Chardonnay, which has been a discussion point amongst wine professionals, students and media alike over the years. Corinne Mui, Senior Wine Educator AWSEC Hong Kong will showcase the diversity and versatility of Chardonnay styles that have been crafted by wineries from well-known wine regions. 

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

10:30am – 12:00pm McLaren Vale Premium Shiraz master class

Presented by
Lu Yang MS, Assistant Vice President, Corporate Wine Program, Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd, and Founder of Grapea Institute

Presented by McLaren Vale Grape Wine & Tourism Association

With more than 180 years of experience, McLaren Vale's winemaking heritage and reputation is strongly established in the production of premium Shiraz. Often noted as the crowning jewel, McLaren Vale produces a densely coloured, richly flavoured Shiraz that quickly develops a velvety texture.

In this master class led by Lu Yang MS, taste through some of region's most exclusive examples and discover the winemaking traditions of multigenerational producers and why McLaren Vale Shiraz is known the world over for its quality and its seductive style.

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

2:00pm – 3:30pm Barossa Rare & Distinguished master class

Presented by
Corinne Mui, COO of Asia Wine Service & Education Centre (AWSEC)

Presented by Barossa Grape and Wine Association

Most international wine regions can claim a 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 master class has been selected for its ability to tell a compelling story of place, and its people. This tasting will focus on Shiraz, where Barossa has a 175-year-old tradition of producing Australia’s finest expressions.

This master class 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

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

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Kunming – 27 May 2019

10:00am – 12:30pm Foundations of Australian wine master class

Presented by
Wendy Qi, Founder of WaveCulture

The landscape of Australian wine has never looked more exciting, with 65 distinct regions producing innovative and diverse wines of exceptional quality, Australia is one of the most historically interesting wine growing countries on Earth.

The Foundations of Australian Wine Master Class is our way of introducing the world to Australian wine and the people, places and processes that make it so exciting.

Join wine educator Wendy Qi, Founder of WaveCulture, who will introduce you to some of Australia’s most famous premium varieties and styles from some of the nation’s most iconic wine regions. This master class will explore the unique characteristics of these wines and the influences of the diverse landscape, climate and winemaking techniques that all contribute to shaping the distinctive Australian styles that the world enjoys.

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

2:00pm – 4:00pm Diverse Australian Shiraz - Full of Flavour, Not Pretence master class

Presented by
Corinne Mui, COO of Asia Wine Service & Education Centre (AWSEC)

Australia has been making various styles of Shiraz wines for generations, with some of the oldest vines going back to 1840-1890s, that still produce shiraz to this date. Over the decades, growers and makers evolved a sumptuous and profoundly ripened expression of this well-known variety of Australian regions.

The Diverse Australian Shiraz - Full of Flavour, not Pretence Master Class introduces a combination of classic and famous Australian Shiraz wines, each with a point of difference and a unique story to tell.

Presented by Corinne Mui, Senior Wine Educator from AWSEC, the master class will explore the distinct characteristics of these wines, and the influences of the diverse landscapes, climate and winemaking that all contribute to shaping the distinctive Australian style that is world famous.

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

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Shenzhen – 29 May 2019

10:00am – 12:00pm Australia's Great Chardonnays - A Taste Above All master class

Presented by
Corinne Mui, COO of Asia Wine Service & Education Centre (AWSEC)

Chardonnay is the most planted and iconic white wine variety in Australia. It’s flavours and expressions are shaped by the region, the climate and the winemakers’ unique style, creating a diversity of flavours.

This master class will focus on the evolution of Australian Chardonnay, which has been a discussion point amongst wine professionals, students and journalists alike over the years. Corinne Mui, Senior Wine Educator AWSEC Hong Kong will showcase the diversity and versatility of Chardonnay styles that have been crafted by well-known Australian wine regions and wineries. 

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

10:30am – 12:00pm Australia’s First Families of Wine - Mature Icons master class

Presented by
Fongyee Walker MW, Co-Founder, Dragon Phoenix Wine Consulting

Presented by Australia’s First Families of Wine 

Featuring some of the Australia’s First Families of Wine most iconic drops, hand selected from the families’ private cellars, this is one master class not to be missed. 

Sharing over 1380 years of collective winemaking experience, Australia’s First Families of Wine will tell the stories whilst guests taste the history behind these iconic wines, wines that have created the benchmark for Australian quality.

Experience the depth and breadth of aged, premium Australian wine icons brought together by the oldest Australian family owned, multi-generational wineries.  Together they will share their history, passion and provenance as custodians of some of the most iconic vineyards in the world that bear the fruit for these incredible wines.  A one-off opportunity.

Featuring: Grant Bellve (Tyrrell’s), Mitchell Taylor (Wakefield Taylors Family Wines), Sam Barry (Jim Barry), Scott McWilliam (McWilliam’s) Alan George (Tahbilk), Chester Osborn (d’Arenberg), Caroline Brown (Brown Brothers), Stephen Henschke (Henschke), Dan Killey (Yalumba), Jeff Burch (Howard Park) and Dan Gregory (Campbells).

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

2:00pm – 3:30pm Barossa Rare & Distinguished master class

Presented by
Corinne Mui, COO of Asia Wine Service & Education Centre (AWSEC)

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

If you want to register to attend this master class, please contact events@wineaustralia.com

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If you want to register to attend any of these master classes, please contact events@wineaustralia.com