Coonawarra Decades - Past, Present and Future

Sun 8th May 2022 at 13:00
Price from $160
University of Adelaide Masterclass Pavilion
Town Square, Victoria Square North/ Tarntanyangga, Adelaide, Adelaide, SA, 5000
Sun 8th May 2022 at 13:00 - 14:30
08 8463 4706
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Coonawarra is among Australia’s best sources of great cabernet sauvignon. It’s a region rich in history, one responsible for some of the most famous age-worthy wines made on our shores. Join four top Coonawarra winemakers – Sue Bell, Dan Redman, Jacinta Jenkins and Kate Goodman – to explore the region’s greatest hits. You’ll taste both legendary back vintages and innovative new classics.

Trailblazer Bell built her business from the ground up. Hard work, ingenuity and talent have shaped Bellwether Wines, which is based at the 1868 Glen Roy shearing shed. It focuses on special parcels of fruit and small ferments.

Redman’s family is synonymous with Coonawarra winemaking. He honed his skills at wineries including Charles Melton and Tahbilk before returning home as a fourth-generation winemaker and continuing to capture the region’s essence.

Jenkins grew up in Coonawarra, and a casual job working a Vintage launched her interest in wine. After experience with a number of vintages in Coonawarra and overseas, Jenkins is now senior winemaker at Balnaves.

Award-winning Goodman is challenging convention in an area famous for its classic wines. She came to Coonawarra from Victoria’s Yarra Valley and continues to craft bright, fresh wines full of personality.

This Tasting Australia masterclass promises a fascinating insight into the past, present and future of Coonawarra wine.

Please note: You may be required to show proof of full COVID-19 vaccination to enter this event.

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