Jun
07
2013

Tasmania Unbottled: Showcase of Tassie wine & food

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Experience all that is wonderful about Tasmania's outstanding wine and produce at Tasmania Unbottled in July and August!

This is one event not to be missed, with Australia's largest showcase of Tassie wine and food coming to the country's cultural hubs of Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.

Tasmania Unbottled gives wine connoisseurs, passionate foodies, trade and media the opportunity to try over 150 of the island's distinct cool-climate wines, with this year's event also featuring complementary offerings such as cheese, seafood, and for the first time, cider from boutique producers!

The event will kick off in Darling Harbour, Sydney on July 30, then head north to Fortitude Valley in Brisbane on August 1, and finally, make its last appearance at Federation Square in Melbourne on August 5.

Enjoy reds, whites and sparklings from Tasmanian producers such as Bay of Fires, Dalrymple, Domaine A, Ghost Rock, Josef Chromy, Moorilla, Native Point, SOUTH and Tamar Ridge.

Tasmanian food producers Yondover Farm House Cheese and Petuna Seafoods will also be on hand at the events, offering lip-smacking delights, with fruity cider goodness from Pagan Cider, Willie Smiths Organic Cider, Frank's Cider and Spreyton Cider Company.

The spotlight will also sweep over the island's breathtaking tourist attractions, such as the enchanting Maria Island Walk and Spirit of Tasmania.

If you're interested in heading along to the event in your nearest participating city, consider registering for the public masterclass, hosted by wine writer Winsor Dobbin and featuring the Tasmanian Petuna Ocean Trout and Atlantic Salmon by Peter and Una Rockliff.

Sydney and Melbourne also have a 'special package' offering, allowing you the chance to attend both the public tasting and the wine and seafood masterclass.

Visit the Tasmania Unbottled website to register and secure your spot at the wine and food showcase!

Tasmania Unbottled Hit Main centres on the mainland

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