This introductory course visits Australia and New Zealand to taste some of the world's most popular, easy drinking wines.
Australia is home to a huge and growing diversity of wines. Regionality is a word that is increasingly being used to describe Australia’s best wines. If you haven't tried Riesling from South Australia then you are in for a treat, deliciously dry zesty sharp white wines that are great with Asian food.
The signature Australian grape is Shiraz grown in all manner of climates from the hot Barossa Valley to the cooler climates of Western Australia.
New Zealand has shot to fame as a producer zingy refreshing Sauvignon Blanc and is building a reputation for top draw Pinot Noir.
Come and join us for this special evening and taste why Australian and New Zealand wines have earned such popularity in the UK.