Steep-sided valleys bear some of wine world’s most famous names, from Hermitage to Châteauneuf-du-Pape. Journey through the white, red, rosé and sweet wines of the Rhône.
This tasting will celebrate wines of both the most distinguished established regions, and the cutting edge of new Australian thinking: new grapes, new places.
One year on from our Grand Tour of Italy, we present part II, looking at six new regions and tasting outstanding examples of their regional grapes and wine styles.
It’s not all about Malbec and Carmenere: There’s so much to discover among the less well known grapes and regions of this awe-inspiring continent.
Join Tom in a very special tasting of six fine wines he has chosen from his own cellar. Celebrating the best of Bordeaux and Burgundy, 50cl or 100cl bottles will be supplied.
The subject is highly controversial. Via a tasting of six biodynamic wines, Tom will explain the concepts and realities as we taste together and see the results in the glass.
New Zealand’s reputation may rest on Sauvignon Blanc, but we’ll see how the story is moving on as we explore other fabulous styles, grape varieties and emerging regions.
We’ll taste classics like fine Rioja, rarities like a white Tempranillo, ancient vine Monastrell and the vibrant, shimmering whites of the new Spain.
We travel back to the beginnings of wine in this fascinating tasting, with historic varieties from Georgia and Armenia, then on to Lebanon, Israel, Greece and Romania.
South African legend Ken Forrester joins us live from Stellenbosch to taste his award-winning wines -introduced and described by Ken in his own inimitable style.
No wine region on the planet inspires such a fanatical following as Burgundy. We’ll taste its Chardonnay whites and Pinot Noir reds, from the famous Côte d’Or slopes
How rarely do we venture off-piste in our wine choices? In this tasting we’ll delve into more obscure corners to unearth real gems from the wide world of wine.
Featuring premium wines from one of the most exciting countries on the planet. Since the fall of apartheid, the wine scene has exploded, with young winemakers leading the way.