This Friday #stayinghome is a Tasmanian Wine & Spirit Education Trust alumni bonanza! Nicole Morssink of Winter Brook Vineyard and her husband Frank Huismann hold WSET qualifications amongst their array of studies as does Joseph Burton of Joseph Burton Wines.
Joseph will be joining me live on FB at 18:00 for a talk and taste of a handful of the Winter Brook wines whilst also touching on the theme for the Breath Of Fresh Air‘s discussion panel “The Future of Tassie Wine”. Frank and Nicole have planted Blaufrankisch and Dornfelder at their Tamar Valley vineyard, varieties hardly seen in Australia, let alone Tasmania. Karina Dambergs, co-owner of Red Brick Road Cider and CEO of Fermentasmania, is also another WSET alumni and will be joined on the panel by Shane Holloway of Delamere Vineyard, Cynthea Semmens of Marion’s Vineyard and one last WSET alumni, ME!
Joseph has put together a very special six-pack for the occasion, so dive in and support two local businesses. The pack normally costs $177 but for this special event, it is only $140!
2018 Winter Brook Riesling
2017 Winter Brook Fumé Blanc
2019 Winter Brook Pinot Gris
2017 Winter Brook Chardonnay
2019 Winter Brook Pinot Gris Rosé
2018 Winter Brook Pinot Noir
177 now $140!
BOFA Discussion:Wine Calling and The Future of Tassie Wine
DATE: Friday, May 15, 2020
TIME: 8:30 PM
WHERE: Your place! Via Zoom of course.
TO JOIN US: https://us04web.zoom.us/j/152591538
TO WATCH THE FILM: