Sydney International Wine Competition - tasting of trophy & medal wines

Trade and public tastings of the 40th Sydney International Wine Competition trophy and medal winners will be held on Saturday 8 February 2020 at the Mercure Sydney Central.

Over 250 wines will be available for tasting at two sessions:

  • lunchtime 11:30AM to 2:00PM, and
  • late afternoon 3.30PM to 6:00PM.

Wines are organised in style categories for ease of comparison, with the full range of wines available at both sessions – from sparkling through still wines and concluding in dessert and fortified wines.

Guests will be able to taste a ‘world of wines’. Australia and New Zealand wines dominated the medal winners, but the tasting also features trophy and medal winners from Argentina, France, Italy, Portugal and Spain.

Tickets include a commemorative tasting glass and full guide to the wines.

Session 1 is $55, session 2 is $60, and both sessions can be experienced for $80.

Tickets are on sale from EventBookings.com.

Full details: https://sydneywinecomp.com/events-2019/

  • Organised by: Sydney International Wine Competition
  • Contact name: Brett & Michaela Ling
  • Phone: +61 2 47574400
  • Email: michaela@top100wines.com

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