The definitive guide to Australian Wines
Publish Date: 12 Sep 2017
Authored by: Sarah Thomson
Melbourne-based pinot noir lovers have the opportunity to try some top Tasmanian examples next week at a Devil's Corner pop-up.
Devil's Corner is bringing Tasmania's east coast to the Melbourne CBD for a one-night wine and food experience on September 21. The 'From the Wild' event, which is hosted by winemaker Tom Wallace, will showcase the five star-rated winey's Mt Amos Pinot Noir described by James Halliday as having 'striking intensity'.
In addition to a glass on arrival, ticket holders will be able to taste from five progressive dining stations, pairing cool-climate wines with regional delicacies at each stop.
The menu includes freshly shucked oysters from Freycinet Marine Farm partnered with Devil’s Corner Sparkling Cuvee NV and cloth-aged cheddar from Ashgrove Cheese with chardonnay sourced from the east coast and lower Tamar Valley.
What: Tasmanian food and wine pairing
When: 6.30pm Thursday September 21
Where: St. Jerome's - The Hotel, 271 Little Lonsdale Street, Melbourne
How much: $50
Next article: The success of Tasmania's wines
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