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'15 Trade Days: new arrivals, releases, discovouries and friends...

Much can happen in a year. Over the past 12 months, we’ve bid adieu to some old friends while introducing a stack of new ones, both from home and further afield. 2014/15 has also paid host to some of our best tastings yet— Dots & Bubbles, Re:Volver, Prüm-Cha ’15 and Benjamin Leroux spring to mind, and still we have plenty of new wines to show you! And so to our annual trade day…
This time around, we are decamping to 1000 Pound Bend (Melbourne, Tuesday 15th September) & Establishment Bar (Sydney, Monday 21st September) for a sort of new discoveries and latest releases tasting. We can’t list everything that will be on show but, for what it’s worth, here’s a snapshot of some of the wines we will be pouring.

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Meet and taste with all the Australian/New Zealand winemakers from the portfolio, many of whom will be showing new and upcoming releases:

Matt Holmes Bannockburn Vineyards
Mike Paterson Corofin (Melbourne)
Barney Flanders Garagiste (Sydney)
Gary Mills Jamsheed (Sydney)
Luke Lambert Luke Lambert Wines
Mark Matthews Mount Macleod
Garry + Julie Hounsell Toolangi Vineyards
Col McBryde Adelina/Some Young Punks
Shawn Kalleske Laughing Jack Wines
Costa Nikias La Sirène (Melbourne)
Pete Schell Spinifex
Fiona Findlay Voyager Estate (Melbourne)
The usual wide array of imports incl. bottles from our newest growers:
Vouette et Sorbée (Aube, Champagne), Antoine Jobard (Meursault),
Vino Quantico (Etna), Cyrille Bongiraud (Serbia), Domaine de Courbissac (Minervois), Domaine des2 Ânes (Corbières), Coeur Clémentine (Côtes de Provence) & Il Cerchio (Bassa Maremma, Tuscany) plus: Introducing two beautiful (and rare) single-vineyard Marlborough Pinot Noirs from Mike and Anna Paterson’s freshly minted Corofin label;
And of course, plenty of our old favourites:
Egly-Ouriet, Larmandier-Bernier, Hubert Lamy, Bachelet-Monnot, Domaine de l'Arlot, Chandon de Briailles, Domaine du Vissoux, Gérard Boulay, Bernard Baudry, Domaine Guiberteau, Roches Neuves, Domaine de Marcoux, Cavallotto, Robert Weil, Equipo Navazos & Quinta do Noval
As it’s the silly saison, taste the latest La Sirène artisanal beers, and finish off with a “...thrillingly dirty” Jensen’s & Tonic from the Bibendum Bar