In 1362 King Phillip The Bold ordered that gamay be excluded from all Burgundian apellations. This may have been the best thing to happen to this now exciting grape variety. The wines of Beaujolais have been making a comeback of late and Australian examples of gamay are gaining momentum, both making wines that show substance, structure and ageability.  Come and taste the star performers from the GT Wine panel’s recent feature tasting in the April/May issue. We will be showcasing examples from some of the 10 crus of Beaujolais accompanied by those from the Rhône Valley, Australia and New Zealand.

Date: Wednesday 26 April
Time: 6-8pm
Cost: $55 per person
Venue: Tea Room, Upstairs 161 Spring Street, Melbourne 3000
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