Sunset Wine
Feb
18
Feb 19

Sunset Wine

  • Sunset Wines

Saturday, 18 February:  2.30pm - 7.30pm

Sunday, 19 February:  2.30pm - 7.30pm

Brighton Reserve, SCARBOROUGH BEACH

Wine and Friends at Sunset

Perth's wine event on the beach!

 

Enjoying Western Australian wine, and a Western Australian sunset! It is the perfect way to celebrate a late summer weekend and what our state has to offer.

Join with friends and family and discover some new wines along with a few favourites. Your day will be helped along with some tasty tapas and entertainment to round off a lazy summer’s day.

Wine will be available to taste, buy by the glass or you may pick something up to enjoy at a nearby restaurant or at home.

Sunset Wine is part of the City of Stirling's Summerset Arts Festival.

Wine Education Courses Comence in February 2017
Feb
7
6:30 pm18:30

Wine Education Courses Comence in February 2017

  • Old Bridge Cellars

Course Commencement Dates Tuesday February 7, 2017 - 6.30pm to 8.30pm

The Wine Education Centre (WEC) is the educational arm of Wines of Western Australia. It is the prime provider of wine education for consumers and trade in Western Australia.

It has been providing quality wine education for well over 40 years. 15% discount for all WoWA Industry Members Please contact Jodie Pannell for the discount code at winewa@winewa.asn.au

WINE ESSENTIALS – Four Weeks (two hours per week) Price - $360.

Timber Towns Wine Show
Feb
2
9:00 am09:00

Timber Towns Wine Show

The Rotary Club of Manjimup (Inc)

13th RSM Timber Towns Regional Wine Show

Manjimup

Thursday 2nd February 2017

The RSM Timber Towns Regional Wine Show is organised by the Rotary Club of Manjimup’s Wine Show Committee. February 2017 will be their 13th Timber Towns Wine Show.

The aim of the Rotary Wine Show Committee is to provide an event where Manjimup, Pemberton and Blackwood Valley Regional wines are judged with their peers by Australian Judging Standards

Included also in the Show are three Open Classes that invite wines from any Western Australian Wine Region; Class 6. Rose`, Class 7. Sweet Wine and Class 8. Bottle Fermented Sparkling Wines.

The RSM Timber Towns Wine Show is proudly supported by our name sponsor RSM.

Rotary and the Timber Towns Wine Show are also supported by major sponsors Farmlink Rural, Visy and Tyre Power Manjimup.

Awards Dinner

To be held on the 2nd February 2017 at the Manjimup Town Hall, Rose Street, Manjimup

Tables of 10 sell out quickly each year, so get your tickets early to avoid disappointment.

The dinner will consist of a 7 course meal by the amazing Raj and Cilantro Catering team with award winning wines included.

Come along, enter your wines, start at the tasting and then to the dinner to enjoy a great night for $150.00 per person. Pre-dinner drinks from 6.30pm – 7.15pm followed by dinner and live music from 7.15pm till late.

Enquiries: Irene Bowden t: (08) 9771 8885 or e: nwflora@wn.com.au

Margaret River: Cabernet Hang-Time Forum
Jan
24
8:30 am08:30

Margaret River: Cabernet Hang-Time Forum

  • Margaret River

You are invited to participate in the Margaret River Cabernet Hang-Time Forum to hear the latest research outcomes and opinions on how ‘Cabernet hang-times’ impact on fruit quality, wine quality and profitability from local, national and international experts.

  • Location: Curtin University - Margaret River Campus map
  • Date: Tuesday 24th of January 2017
  • Time: 8:30am – 2:00pm (tea/coffee from 8:00am)
  • Cost: No cost - fully funded by the Wine Australia, Regional Program (WA)
  • For: Grape growers, winemakers, sales, marketing and interested stakeholders

RSVP:  Email Jodie winewa@winewa.asn.au from Wines of WA with your name(s) or Tel:0466-744-957 SMS:0466-744-957 Keith Pekin with your details

Sparkling Wines of the World
Dec
6
6:30 pm18:30

Sparkling Wines of the World

  • Old Bridge Cellars

Explore the wonderful world of sparkling wines. You will be guided through a range of the world's best sparkling wine styles including Champagne, Cava, Prosecco and others. Blair Hill will discuss the regions of origin and the methods of production for each of the styles. There will be eight wines tasted throughout the two hour session with a selection of local and international cheese to enjoy with the wines.

Old Bridge Cellars
221 Queen Victoria St
North Fremantle, WA 6159

Blair Hill O417 987461 wec@winewa.asn.au

AWRI GRAPE AND WINE ROADSHOW SEMINARS
Dec
2
9:00 am09:00

AWRI GRAPE AND WINE ROADSHOW SEMINARS

  • swan valley

The AWRI seminar team will be visiting Margaret River, Pemberton, Mt Barker and Swan Valley in November and December as part of the 2016 grape and wine roadshow seminar program. This program delivers current research and technical information to the Australian grape and wine industry with content tailored to each region's interests and priorities.
Please book early to avoid disappointment.

SWAN VALLEY SEMINAR
Date: Friday 2 December 2016
Time: 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Cost: $25.00 per person including GST.
Morning tea provided.
Contact: Deb Tucker, Swan Valley and Regional Winemakers Association
Mobile: 0430 622 130
Booking is essential and can be made by contacting the association by email.
Visit the AWRI website for seminar program and event details

AWRI GRAPE AND WINE ROADSHOW SEMINAR
Dec
1
9:00 am09:00

AWRI GRAPE AND WINE ROADSHOW SEMINAR

  • Margaret River

Margaret River Seminars

The AWRI seminar team will be visiting Margaret River, Pemberton, Mt Barker and Swan Valley in November and December as part of the 2016 grape and wine roadshow seminar program. This program delivers current research and technical information to the Australian grape and wine industry with content tailored to each region's interests and priorities.

Please book early to avoid disappointment.

MARGARET RIVER SEMINAR
Date:Thursday 1 December 2016
Time: 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Cost: $25.00 per person including GST.
Morning tea provided.

Contact: Pip Heaford, Membership and Events Manager, Margaret River Wine Association
Ph: (08) 9757 9330
Booking is essential and can be made by registering online.

Visit the AWRI website for seminar program and event details.

AWRI GRAPE AND WINE ROADSHOW SEMINARS
Nov
30
9:00 am09:00

AWRI GRAPE AND WINE ROADSHOW SEMINARS

  • Pemberton

Margaret River, Pemberton, Mt Barker and Swan Valley Seminars

The AWRI seminar team will be visiting Margaret River, Pemberton, Mt Barker and Swan Valley in November and December as part of the 2016 grape and wine roadshow seminar program. This program delivers current research and technical information to the Australian grape and wine industry with content tailored to each region's interests and priorities.

Please book early to avoid disappointment.

PEMBERTON SEMINAR
Date: Wednesday 30 November 2016
Time: 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Cost: $15.00 per person including GST.
Morning tea provided.

Contact: Monica Radomiljac, Wine Industry Southern Forests Inc. Mobile: 0427 761 373
Booking is essential and can be made by contacting the association by email.

Visit the AWRI website for seminar program and event details.

Annual General Meeting
Nov
29
1:00 pm13:00

Annual General Meeting

  • WoWA

The 2016 Wines of WA AGM will be held on Tuesday 29 November from 1pm – 2pm.
An information package has been posted to all members. Please contact the office if you have not received yours on winewa@winewa.asn.au.

The 2016/17 Wines of WA Board will be appointed at the meeting. There are 3 vacant elected producer positions: under 150 tonnes production; 151 – 1000 tonnes production and; above 1000 tonnes production.

AWRI GRAPE AND WINE ROADSHOW SEMINARS
Nov
29
9:00 am09:00

AWRI GRAPE AND WINE ROADSHOW SEMINARS

  • mount barker

Mt Barker Seminar
The AWRI seminar team will be visiting Margaret River, Pemberton, Mt Barker and Swan Valley in November and December as part of the 2016 grape and wine roadshow seminar program. This program delivers current research and technical information to the Australian grape and wine industry with content tailored to each region's interests and priorities.
Please book early to avoid disappointment.


MOUNT BARKER SEMINAR
Date:Tuesday 29 November 2016
Time: 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Cost: $27.50 per person including GST.
Morning tea provided.
Contact: John Gates, Great Southern Wine Producers Association Mobile: 0407 987 889
Booking is essential and can be made by contacting the association by email.
Visit the AWRI website for seminar program and event details. 

Margaret River Gourmet Escape
Nov
18
Nov 20

Margaret River Gourmet Escape

  • Margaret River

18-20th November, is a unique opportunity to discover wondrous produce, taste world-renowned wines and meet internationally celebrated chefs, food producers and winemakers amongst the extraordinary natural beauty of the Margaret River Region. Over 50 culinary superstars from around the world will share their knowledge and passion across an abundance of mesmerising food encounters to celebrate the festival’s 5th anniversary.

We have a great ticket offer for a 20% discount on tickets to the Gourmet Village, taking place at Margaret River Gourmet Escape presented by Audi! Simply quote “GOURMET” when booking through Ticketek!
Offer applies to general admission tickets on Sunday 20th November 2016.

UnWined 2016
Oct
29
Oct 30

UnWined 2016

Saturday, 29 October:  11.30am - 5.30pm

Sunday, 30 October:  11.30am - 5.30pm

Roberts Road, Subiaco

Enjoy the best of Western Australia’s fine wine, craft beer, cider and spirits in a festival to celebrate our unique and boutique beverages. Add in some local produce and tempting tapas to create a fantastic day out.

Throughout the day you can enjoy live music, sit in on a cooking demonstration or maybe learn something new at the wine education seminars. For something special you could try the indulgence of the new Club Lounge!

It all adds up to a delightful day where you can discover new and unusual wines, taste great food in a relaxing park setting in the heart of Subiaco.

Admission includes a souvenir glass, complimentary wine tastings and access to the food and wine sessions. You can buy wine by the glass to enjoy on site or order your favourites to take home. A range Perth’s best street foodies will be there to buy as meal as well!

With around 70 companies taking part from all regions of the state, you have the chance to talk to winemakers and producers and learn more about our state produce you may not normally have access to.

Bookings & Information
http://www.wineandfood.com.au
info@wineandfood.com.au
Richard on 08 9228 9166

BeauVine 2016
Oct
21
Oct 23

BeauVine 2016

  • Beaufort Street Mt Lawley, WA Australia

Magnigicent medley of decadence and delight is set to pop-up on Beaufort Street this October, as BeauVine Food & Wine Festival, Perth’s new meat, wine, music and art festival comes to life.

Brought to you by JumpClimb, the team behind The Beaufort Street Festival and award winning Fringe World venue Noodle Palace, BeauVine Food & Wine Festival brings together popular Perth eateries and wineries, well-respected chefs and sommeliers in one of Perth’s most beautiful green spaces set to art for the eyes and music for the ears.

For those who are hearing of BeauVine for the first time, please check out our 2015 photo gallery via https://www.facebook.com/BeauVinePerth/photos_stream

The festival will return to the beautiful Birdwood Square in the heart of Mt. Lawley, Fri 21 – Sun 23 October 2016.

 

The Rhone Rangers Shiraz/Syrah Wine Tasting Extravaganza
Sep
13
6:30 pm18:30

The Rhone Rangers Shiraz/Syrah Wine Tasting Extravaganza

  • North Fremantle

This is your chance to taste Grange Shiraz 2008 and answer the $850 question as to whether it is worth it?

Taste a range of arguably the world’s best examples of Shiraz/Syrah from the two leading producer countries - Australia and France.

There will be an introduction to the Northern Rhone - France, which is the home to Syrah. The winemaking philosophies of both countries will be introduced and discussed prior to tasting the wines.

The tasting includes a stunning line up of eight of the world’s best styles including Penfold’s Grange 2008 (RRP $850), Chapoutier SP Les Greffieux Ermitage Rouge 2008 (RRP $350), Guigal Cote Rotie, D’Arenberg ‘Dead Arm’, Mt Pleasant (Winery of the Year), Torbreck Descendant … and more.

This should be an extraordinary tasting and will no doubt raise some discussion over Grange’s value for money?!

This is strictly limited in numbers so please be quick as it will book out quickly.

Light finger food and cheese will be supplied and arranged by the fabulous Cass Beeson.

When: 6.30pm Tuesday 13 September 2016

Where: Old Bridge Cellars, 221 Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle WA 6159

 Tel: 9335 2702

Cost: $165 per person (includes wine and light finger food)

 

Finlayson Wine Roadshow 24 - Advise on Succession Planning
Aug
25
Aug 26

Finlayson Wine Roadshow 24 - Advise on Succession Planning

Finlaysons Wine Roadshow 24 will be held in late-July to mid-September this year.  The theme in 2016 is “Elevage: Succeeding a Family Wine Business to the Next Generation”.

Wine Partner, Will Taylor, said that the firm received a number of requests during Wine Roadshow 23 last year to focus on succession planning this year. 

“We gained the clear impression that people are struggling with this issue” said Will.  “It is critically important for both the family and the business.  We want to help the family develop a process, and execute it as smoothly and efficiently as possible, so that everyone is happy and the business elevates to a new level”.

The dates are as follows:

Swan Valley – 25 August 2016

Margaret River – 26 August 2016

The seminars will be held from 3pm until 6pm, with drinks and canapés for 1 hour afterwards.

For further information, please contact Ashleigh Falconer-Edwards on (08) 8235 7771 or Ashleigh.falconer-edwards@finlaysons.com.au

The website contains all the relevant information.

 

Wine Business Solutions Workshops
Aug
23
Sep 2

Wine Business Solutions Workshops

  • western Australia

Help for WA Wineries

Help is on its way for WA winemakers. The federal government Department of Science and Industry will fund the delivery of new Direct to Customer and Wine Tourism workshops to be delivered by Wine Business Solutions. These will be free to attend for WA wine producers.

The two-day programs will cover strategy formulation, creating an unforgettable customer experience, building a fan base of loyal customers and customer engagement leveraging all of the latest tools, technology and social media.

The dates are;

Workshop One – The Swan Valley at Sandalford Winery on the 23rd and 24th of August

Workshop Two – Bunbury at the Sanctuary Golf Resort on the 25th and 26th of August

Workshop Three – Margaret River at Watershed Winey on the 29th and 30th of August

Workshops Four – Denmark at the Community Resource Centre on the 1st and 2nd of September

Contact details: peter@winebusinesssolutions.com.au

Wine Australia Regional Roadshow 2016
Aug
17
9:00 am09:00

Wine Australia Regional Roadshow 2016

  • Wines of WA

Please register for the upcoming Wine Australia Regional Roadshow 2016.

Join Andreas Clark, Stu Barclay and Mark Rowley from Wine Australia to learn about export growth opportunities for Western Australia and an update on global Wine Australia initiatives. Representatives from Austrade will provide an update on the Free Trade Agreements (FTAs) across China, South Korea and Japan and representatives from Efic – a Federal Government Agency, will present information on financial solutions for exporters.

Details:
When:  Wednesday 17 August 2016
Time:   8:45am Registration
9:000am – 12:00noon Presentation (morning tea provided)
Where: South West Institute of Technology - Margaret River Education Campus (272 Bussell Highway, Margaret River)
Who should attend: business owners, sales, export and marketing managers

Please register your attendance:

 

Details:
When:  Thursday 18 August 2016
Time:   8:45am Registration
9:000am – 12:00noon Presentation (morning tea provided)
12:00noon – 2:00pm Lunch
Where: Wines of WA - Lou Giglia Dairy Pavilion, Claremont Showgrounds (Gate 8, Ashton Ave, Claremont)
Who should attend: business owners, sales, export and marketing managers

Please register your attendance:

For further information, please call (08) 8228 2000 or email market.programs@wineaustralia.com

16th AWITC deadlines in April
Jul
24
Jul 28

16th AWITC deadlines in April

While July might still seem a long way away, there are some key AWITC deadlines coming up soon. Both early bird registrations and poster abstract submissions close on 15 April 2016. A detailed program is now available, with just a few final speakers to confirm. Register now to lock in early bird prices and secure your preferred workshop places. Discounted tickets to the Maurice O’Shea Award Dinner are available to AWITC delegates and can be purchased as part of your registration.

The poster display is an essential element of every AWITC and a great opportunity to present the latest research outcomes to a large industry audience. Poster authors are eligible to win a prize or to be selected to present in one of the ‘Fresh Science’ sessions. Submit your abstract online before 15 April or contact Dr Eveline Bartowsky, Poster Coordinator, at posters@awitc.com.au if you have any questions.

For any other conference-related queries, please contact Kate Beames, Conference Manager on 08 8313 6821 or kate.beames@awitc.com.au.

Good Food & Wine Show - 8th, 9th & 10th July
Jul
8
Jul 10

Good Food & Wine Show - 8th, 9th & 10th July

  • Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre

For the first time, the Good Food & Wine Show will feature a WA Wine Zone, a dedicated area of the show floor exclusively featuring wineries based in WA. With Margaret river, geographe and great southern regions all represented, this area promises to be a show highlight for WA visitors. 

There is also a strong WA theme throughout the schedule of the ever popular Cellar Door Wine Theatre, with sessions such as 'WA does Cabernet' and 'Best of the West' likely to be booked out.  These sessions are free to to attend and hosted by well known wine personality Nick Ryan, feature free tastings from a number of local producers.

Participating Wineries:

  • Castle Rock Estate
  • Mandalay Road
  • Eastwell Estate / Freehand Natural Wine
  • Fermoy Holdings Pty Ltd
  • Willow Bridge Estate
  • Brown Hill Estate
  • Barton Jones
  • Faber Vineyard
  • Zarephath Wines
  • Talisman Wines
  • (Clairault) Strecker Wines
  • Vineyard 28
  • Pukara Estate Pty Ltd
  • Bunn Wine
  • Swings & Roundabouts Limited
  • Neilson Estate Wines
  • Brash Vineyard #2
  • Willespie
  • Zarephath Wines
  • Woody Nook Wines Pty Ltd
  • Happs
  • Brygon Estate
  • Kerfuffle

For more information:

ACCC Horticulture and Viticulture Regional Workshops
Jun
30
11:30 am11:30

ACCC Horticulture and Viticulture Regional Workshops

  • Bunbury Trotting Club

The ACCC is inviting you to participate in a series of horticulture and viticulture regional workshops.

The purpose of these workshops is for us to hear directly from growers and other people in the industry about competition and fair trading issues that affect them. The workshops will give you the opportunity to raise your concerns directly with ACCC Commissioners. You will also have the opportunity to learn about the role of the ACCC and how the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 and the Australian Consumer Law can benefit you.

The workshops will be held at:

  •  Shepparton, Victoria, on Monday 6 June 2016
  •  Toowoomba, Queensland, on Friday 10 June 2016
  •  Bunbury, Western Australia, on Thursday 30 June 2016
  •  Griffith, New South Wales, on Monday 4 July 2016
  •  Murray Bridge, South Australia, on Monday 18 July 2016
  •  Devonport, Tasmania, on Thursday 1 September 2016.

The workshops will be chaired by ACCC Deputy Chair Michael Schaper and Commissioner Mick Keogh. If you wish to attend a workshop, please register using the ACCC’s Consultation Hub, which also contains further information about the workshops.

We appreciate that the horticulture and viticulture industries have a presence across Australia. For industry participants who are unable to attend a workshop or who wish to raise an issue privately, information or questions can be sent to agricultureworkshops@accc.gov.au. The ACCC is happy to receive complaints on a confidential basis.

-General Meeting: 14 June 2016 - WET Rebate & Constitutional Reforms
Jun
14
4:00 pm16:00

-General Meeting: 14 June 2016 - WET Rebate & Constitutional Reforms

  • Quality Inn

Please make sure you set aside time to attend the upcoming General Meeting of the Association taking place at 4.30pm on Tuesday, 14th June; the venue is the Quality Inn on Wallcliffe Road.

We are all aware that wine tax reform and proposed changes to the WET Rebate are of great concern to all in the Margaret River Wine industry!

Opportunities such as the General Meeting provide everyone to have an open and free flowing discussion on topics such as this which are so central to the ongoing viability of a majority of Margaret River wine businesses.  

With wine tax reform there appears to be four central aspects being:

  • Reducing the WET Rebate cap from $500,000 to $350,000 on the 1st July 2017 with a further cut from $350,000 to $290,000 from the 1st July 2018; 
  • Amending eligibility criteria that effectively restricts growth, development and innovation with the corresponding product differentiation limitations (great article Rob Geddes MW this week on the damage the current WET Reform proposals will have on the Australian wine industry - click here to read his views);   
  • "Value" is the current basis upon which wine taxation is based HOWEVER should consideration be given by the wine industry to an alternative methodology such as "Volumetric"; and
  • It is understood the actions of the Federal Government, seen to be supported by the Opposition, giving clear indication that wine tax changes will continue in some way, shape or form beyond the current proposals.

Over the coming weeks the Association will be liaising with the State and Federal MPs and will be making direct representation on the impact the proposed changes will have on Margaret River wines.

It is important that the Association consider all strategies at its disposal to ensure a continued future for the wine industry and your attendance will help in this regard.

Also on the agenda will be Constitutional amendments largely ‘technical’ arising from the wine industries transition to an Agricultural Produce Commission within Western Australia.

If you have any queries please do hesitate to contact any of your Board members or Nick in the office.

It would help greatly if you could RSVP to Pip at mem@margaretriverwine.info

City Wine
Jun
10
Jun 11

City Wine

  • Urban Orchard Perth Cultural Centre Perth

Providing a city and corporate backdrop for our regional produce. 

Winestate Magazine presents: "The Swedish Wine Watch Challenge 2016"
Jun
7
3:00 pm15:00

Winestate Magazine presents: "The Swedish Wine Watch Challenge 2016"

Dear Australian and New Zealand Winemakers

Sweden is one of Europe’s strongest economies and also a very good market for new world wines. The wines of Australia and New Zealand are widely sold and consumed in this vibrant market.

In collaboration with the Swedish importer Espumante and it´s newly announced E-report (Swedish Wine Watch) Winestate has arranged for Espumante to conduct a wine judging of Australian and New Zealand wines in Sweden!

The importer has arranged some of Sweden’s top wine writers, sommeliers and buyers of the monopoly (Systembolaget) to be in the judging. All with different expertise and preference. With the clear ambition of finding out what type of wines will best fit the marketplace today.

Whilst there is no guarantee of an import order, this is a very low cost method of having your wines sent to, and reviewed by a vast vary of representatives from the Swedish market.

The judges will use the traditional wine show judging system (stars) exactly the same as Winestate.

All varietals from all regions of Australia and New Zealand are required, and they can be new release or wines that Winestate has reviewed previously – either by the Australian panels or Michael Cooper’s judging in NZ.

Key Dates

  • Entries open – from MONDAY 6 JUNE 2016 (the national day of Sweden)
  • Samples delivered to Winestate Office in Unley (Adelaide) South Australia – before FRIDAY 29 JULY 2016
  • Wines will be shipped to Stockholm by the Swedish importer for judging early October 2016.

Results will then be distributed to key buyers / monopoly and wine magazines in Sweden, as well as to Winestate for publishing on www.winestate.com.au

Submission form is at: Follow this link

Please complete the submission form and include with your samples (2 bottles of each wine that you want presented) and ensure samples are delivered to:

Winestate (SWEDEN JUDGING)
81 King William Rd
UNLEY SA 5061

 

Chardonnay Challenge
Jun
1
6:30 pm18:30

Chardonnay Challenge

  • Old Bridge Cellars

This event is a celebration of the world’s greatest white grape variety.

Ever wondered about the differences between the best Australian Chardonnay’s and their French counterparts?

There is a new wave of Chardonnay rolling through Australia and the best are as good as the top Burgundies from France.

Learn about the basics of Chardonnay viticulture, winemaking and the appellation structure of Burgundy. Then taste eight of the best benchmark examples of Chardonnay styles on the market at the moment, including Vasse Felix ‘Heytesbury’, Leeuwin Estate ‘Art Series’, Patrick Piuze Chablis, Blain Gagnard Chassagne Montrachet, Chateau de Puligny Montrachet Mersault and others.

Included is a superb range of cheeses, and select finger food to match the wine.

Numbers are strictly limited so book early to avoid disappointment.

Price:        $99
Date:         Wednesday June 1 2016
Time:        6.30pm – 8.45pm
Where:     Old Bridge Cellars, 221 Queen Victoria Street, North Fremantle WA 6159

BOOK NOW

Contact Details
Blair Hill
wec@winewa.asn.au

James Halliday Chardonnay Challenge
May
30
Jul 1

James Halliday Chardonnay Challenge

Entries are now open

We are pleased to announce that entries for the 2016 James Halliday Chardonnay Challenge, the national search to recognise Australia's finest regional chardonnays, are now open.  

Key dates to note

  • Entries open  Monday 30th May 2016
  • Entries close Friday 1st July 2016
  • Exhibits must be delivered during the period Monday 1st August to Friday 12th August 2016
  • Judging will take place on Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st August 2016
  • Trophy announcement will be on Wednesday 14th September 2016

 

Game of Rhones
May
22
1:00 pm13:00

Game of Rhones

  • Perth Town Hall

Game of Rhones is back for an EPIC fourth season, bigger and better for 2016!

Get ready. #WINEISCOMING… again.

Tickets are $60 each and include an EPIC PLUMM VINTAGE REDa wine glass (valued at $30), not to mention the tasting experience with over 100 wines. Let’s repeat that: a tasting experience with over 100 wines.

Food will be available for purchase, and by food we mean MEAT broken down for your carnivorous pleasure.
(Unless of course you’re vegetarian and in that case, don’t worry, we’ve got you covered.)

As for the dress code, we’re going to go with casual, unless you’re in a fancy dress. Lets just say if you come as your favourite character, we won’t be offended.

Be warned, this event sells out quickly.

Grab your tickets and step into our kingdom.

Date: May 22nd
Venue: Perth Town Hall: Hay St & Barrack St, Perth.
Time: 1pm – 6pm

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