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)