Known as the birthplace of Australian wine, New South Wales Wine is bringing 17 exciting producers (five with UK distribution and the rest looking for importers) to Australia House in London on 21 September to host their first ever tasting for the UK trade and press as a stand-alone Australian wine region.
68 wines will be on show from seven New South Wales wine regions including well-known, long- established names such as the Hunter Valley (Australia’s oldest wine region), Orange and Mudgee, as well as new emerging fine wine regions like the Canberra district, the Central Ranges and Hilltops.
Throughout the day, as well as the tasting, there will be a series of four informative regional masterclasses led by experts in wines from New South Wales which visitors are invited to sign up to in advance as places are limited.
Orange – a chance to learn more about this region’s elegant cool climate wines
The New Wave – visitors can discover the latest exciting emerging regions of New South Wales
Hunter Valley Semillon and Chardonnay followed by Hunter Valley Shiraz – one of Australia’s best-known wine regions, where soil dates back 280 million years, famed for its long-lived Semillons and some of the oldest Shiraz vines on the planet!
To register and guarantee your place at the tasting and the masterclasses please visit: NSW UK Trade Tasting: ‘Birthplace of Australian Wine’