Australian Chardonnay and Bandon's WineGeese Event!

Lighter, fresher Chardonnay from Australia


During the 1990's Australian Chardonnay was one of the great recruiters for the ABC (Anything but Chardonnay) movement, based on our over oaked and over here style of Chardonnay.

However if there is one variety that has change dramatically over the last number of years from Australia, it's Chardonnay.
Cooler vineyard sites, more sensitive winemaking have contributed to a lighter, fresher style of Chardonnay from Down under.
Join Wine Australia's John Mc Donnell and Bernard Hickin, Jacob's Creek wine maker to discover this change (and be ready to hand back your ABC membership card!)
The Details
Venue: The Function Room at Fallon and Byrne, Exchequer Street, Dublin 2
Date & Time: WWednesday 19th June, 6.45pm - 8.30pm
Cost: 20 Euros per person for tasting and delicious nibbles.
To Book: Direct with our office on ireland@wineaustralia.com


WineGeese in Bandon!
On Thursday June 27th at 7.30 pm Barry O'Farrell of the Bandon Wine Club joins forces with Anthony Tindal of Tindal Wines for a Wine Geese Dinner in Chapel Steps Restaurant & Wine Bar, Bandon to give a brief history of the Irish connection with Bordeaux and a tasting of some well-known Wine Geese Wines:
Chateau Talbot
Chateau Lynch-Moussas
Chateau Phelan-Segur
Chateau Leoville-Barton
The evening includes a 5-course tasting menu presented by Chef Kevin O'Regan
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Booking is essential. To book, please contact Chapel Steps Restaurant on +353 23 8852581 

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