Feeling adventurous? Want to expand your palate beyond international varietals like your everyday Pinot or Cab Sav to experience a wider range of red wine? Whether you’re a seasoned wine lover or simply want to learn more about the unique flavours of wine from across the globe, this wine class will explore and educate you on eight unusual red wine varietals. Discover the delicate, light bodied Gamay from France or the unique plummy, earthy flavour of the South African Pinotage. Try a Chilean Carmenere or a Primitivo from the sun-soaked heel of Italy’s boot, Puglia.
Join our guest facilitator Ben Dalton for an evening of tasting and learning in a relaxed yet informative environment within our beautiful Fine Wine Room at Bayswater Fine Wines.
The wine list is as follows:
- Domaine de Chatillon Gamay
- Painted Wolf Pinotage
- Terra Noble Carmenere
Colchagua Valley, Chile
- Chalk Hill Barbera
McLaren Vale, Australia
- Cake Sagrantino
Adelaide Hills, South Australia
- Allegro Primitivo
- Chalmers Aglianico
- Vinteloper Touriga Nacional
Langhorne Creek, South Australia
Make sure to come along for an educational, entertaining night of great wine and gourmet cheese!
6:30 pm | Wednesday 14th August
Fine Wine Room | Bayswater Fine Wines
$49 pp for Members | $89 for Non-Members
Bookings confirmed with payment | Book in store or email email@example.com
You’ve felt that shift in the weather, right?
What that unarguably says to us is that its time to get the winter reds out!
Tomorrow night from 6:30-8:30pm, industry expert Ben Hughes will be running a wine tasting on 100% big, bold, warming winter reds in our beautiful Fine Wine Room at Bayswater Fine Wines. With a dreamy line up of gorgeous wines and a selection of stunning gourmet cheeses from Penny’s Cheese Shop, you’ll want to snag a seat at the table.
The Line Up for tomorrow evening includes:
- Chalk Hill Barbera 2018
McLaren Vale | South Australia | Winemaker: Renee Hirsch
- Capolino Perlingieri 2017 ‘Brizio’ Aglianico
Campagnia | Italy | Winemaker: Capolino Perlingieri
- No Bull Cabernet Sauvignon
California | USA | Winemaker: Mare Magnum team winemakers
- Kaesler Uvaggio 2016 Grenache/Shiraz/Sangiovese
Barossa Valley | South Australia | Winemaker: Reid Bosward
- Corbera Nero D’avola
Sicily | Italy | Winemaker: various (pic on website)
- Colome Malbec 2016
Salta | Argentina | Winemaker: Thibaut Delmotte
- Conde Mar – Reserve Rioja 2011 Tempranillo
Rioja | Spain | Winemaker: Jesus Bujanda
- Ricasoli Chianti Classico 2015 Sangiovese
Tuscany | Italy | Winemaker: Carlo Ferrini
Sangiovese 90%, 5% Merlot, 5% Canaiolo
There’s only a couple of tickets left, so email Chrissy: firstname.lastname@example.org or call or drop into any of our stores to book a place! Our special members price is $49, while non-members pay $89.
Bayswater Fine Wines
77 Bayswater Rd, Rushcutters Bay
(02) 9361 5063
Paddington Fine Wines
365 Oxford St, Paddington
(02) 8283 0534
Darlinghurst Fine Wines
407 Bourke St, Darlinghurst
(02) 9331 7700
Natural Wine is fast growing in popularity within the global wine community and we want to demystify all things natural wine and answer your questions about this alternative to traditional wine. Love it or hate it, it’s on the rise and worth knowing about so you can increase your wine knowledge and understand what it’s all about the next time you spot one on the wine list.
This April, the Fine Wine Group have a Members Special Wine Class event offering you the opportunity to explore, taste and delve into the world of natural wine during a relaxed night with paired cheese at our tasting table with fellow wine lovers.
Natural wine is typically made from handpicked grapes grown by smaller, independent producers using organic or biodynamic techniques to grow the fruit to allow for the purest fruitful flavour possible. The wine is fermented with no added yeast, and there are no additives or sulphites added, so the wine is made with little to no chemical and technological intervention. These natural processes are done to respect the environment and vine by avoiding harmful chemicals and practices, resulting in a unique fresh flavour.
On Wednesday April 10th join Australian winemaker and educator Tom Egan from Jed Wines as he guides you through 8 natural wines. Tom is an engaging facilitator with many years of experience and passion for wine, and we are very fortunate to have him lead this special event for you.
Wine Club members tickets $49/Non-Members $89*
includes a selection of delicious cheeses from Penny’s Cheese Shop in Potts Point
Book your place today in store or email email@example.com
14 places maximum
*not a member? Sign up…it’s free & gives you a whole bundle of specials & member benefits!
Fine Wine Room at Bayswater Fine Wines
77 Bayswater Road Rushcutters Bay
Wednesday 10th April
6.30 – 8.30pm
See you there!
In the largely ‘man’s world’ of winemaking, it’s not always easy for women to make their mark…
On Wednesday March 6th as part of the International Women’s Day events happening worldwide, join us as we celebrate by showcasing the remarkable wines of some of the world’s best female winemakers. Our Darlinghurst Fine Wines manager, Clio, will be leading this tasting, guiding you through 8 exquisite wines made from different grape varieties, in different regions by a host of extremely talented women.
Wine Club members tickets are $49 and Non-members tickets are $69*. Included in the price will be a selection of delicious gourmet cheeses (made by female fromagères of course!). Book your place today in store or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Make sure you book soon as only 14 places are available!
*Not a member? Sign up…it’s free & gives you a whole bundle of specials & member benefits!
Fine Wine Room at Bayswater Fine Wines
77 Bayswater Road, Rushcutters Bay
Wednesday 6th March
6.30 – 8.30pm
See you there…and yes, fellas, you are welcome too!
“For the first time in 16 long and too-lonely years I have someone to talk to. Now, I have friends. And a reason to keep going.”
Curtis’ battle with HIV isolated him for too many precious years. However, it was through the Bobby Goldsmith Foundation’s health and well-being program that Curtis was able to reach out and become connected, supported and healthy once again, transforming his life.
Australia’s longest running HIV charity has provided support and refuge to thousands of vulnerable people living with HIV over the last 34 years. It has become their mission to limit the challenging circumstances of such an unrelenting disease. Through providing direct financial and practical assistance, emotional support, financial counselling, housing, and study and employment support, the BGF helps people to find a new sense of hope and assistance to get back on their feet. This not-for-profit organisation ensures people from all walks of life living with HIV are welcomed into an open, safe and inclusive environment, regardless of gender, ethnicity, age, religion or sexual orientation. Through responding to the diverging needs of their clientele, the BGF is constantly adapting to the changing face of HIV.
The foundation originated after the death of Bobby Goldsmith, one of the first AIDS related deaths in Australia. Bobby was an active member of the gay community as well as a respected Australian athlete and dearly loved son, brother, partner, friend and uncle. Although it has been 34 years since his death, HIV and the social stigmas attached are still present, despite being a virus that anyone can contract. The BGF are constantly working to reverse the physical and emotional damage inflicted by the unforgiving virus by addressing social isolation and economic poverty to allow for healthy living.
No one should have to face HIV alone. For the month of February during Mardi Gras Festival, we will have a donation tin at the counter to collect donations to this incredible organisation. Want to do more? You can also donate at: http://www.bgf.org.au/donate/give-now/