Artisans of Australian Wine in London – Open Minds Essential


Artisans of Australian Wine

The Alternatives

The Cool

The Minimalists

The Naturals

The Terroir Hunters


The Artisans of Australian Wine are coming….

Over 20 innovative artisanal winemakers from more than 40 wineries under one roof for the first time in London.

From the Basket Ranges of the Adelaide Hills to the micro-vineyards of the Yarra Valley and Barossa, this is your chance to experience what many are calling the ‘new wave of Oz’.

Visiting Winemakers include: Sue Bell (Bellwether Wines), Brendon Keys (BK Wines), Taras Ochota (Ochota Barrels), Patrick Sullivan (Patrick Sullivan Wines), Sarah Morris and Iwo Jakimowicz (Si Vintners), Wayne Ahrens (Smallfry Wines) and Con-Greg Grigoriou (Delinquente Wine Co).

You will also be able to taste wines from: Jamsheed, Mac Forbes, Jauma, Gembrook Hill, LAS Vino, Vinteloper, Adelina,Massena, Ministryof Clouds and CRFT. See full list here.

Trade Only.  Invitation Only.  Open Minds Only.

Places to this extraordinary trade-only tasting are limited and we would urge you to register your attendance* now.

*Given the trade-only nature of this event registrations will be verified and non-trade applications will, unfortunately, be refused entry.


Wine Australia Blog

As befits the assembly of such an out-of-the-ordinary collection of winemaking talent, the tasting will be equally out-of-the-ordinary.  It will be staged in the Cargo nightclub in London’s Shoreditch on September 20 2016, and alongside great wine there will be art, music and some fascinating stories. It will seek to inform, challenge and delight in equal measure and may well ask as many questions as it answers.

In looking at the brochures, various regions around Australia are represented including some from South Australia: Barossa Valley, Adelaide Hills, the Riverland, Langhorne Creek and Coonawarra.

And shouts to one of them: Smallfry Wines making ‘handcrafted small batch organic wines from the  Barossa Valley‘ one of our locals and easy to find with the Cellar Door right here in the main street of Angaston.


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