'When God invented shiraz, he did it with Australia in mind.' – Peter Lehman, Australian wine producer.
Australia has come to represent the most 'successful' New World producer to date, the benchmark by which other new world producing countries have come to judge themselves. They have long been at the forefront of the 'New World' wine renaissance, and together with its huge range of climatic and geographical conditions, Australia one of the most versatile wine-growing countries in the world, giving us some classics like: cult status Shiraz, classic fruit-forward aromatic wines like Riesling from the Eden and Clare Valleys, the highly acclaimed Chardonnays and the unpretentious but delicious Hunter Valley Semillons.
On this evening a minimum of 6 wines will be tasted.