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October 2016 Newsletter Now Available
The October newsletter has just been sent out. It is available on our Newsletter page and contains information some upcoming events including Rootstock and Soulfor Wine and a lunch in Hobart and a dinner in Sydney with Jura winemakers Tony and Philippe Bornard.
Click on the link below to read the October newsletter:
Bar Brose dinner 24th November 2016
Philippe and Tony Bornard
The dinner will be held on the evening of 24th November. So those of you who have enjoyed these amazing wines over the past years, here is your chance to meet them both in person and to enjoy the wines and the food as well.
For bookings or further information email:
We look forward to seeing you there!
Franklin Restaurant hosts Tony and Philippe Bornard
There will also be a special lunch at Franklin Restaurant in Hobart cooked by chef David Moyle on Sunday 20th November at 2pm matched to wines made by Philippe and Tony. Book early so that you don’t miss out.
To reserve a place at this special lunch send an email to:
Lots of new arrivals in November
We will soon be receiving another container of wines from France which will include a lot of old favourites including the much-loved Moussamoussettes from the Mosse family (as well as their other wines), more wines from both Tony Bornard and Philippe Bornard from the Jura, another shipment from Jolly Ferriol in Roussillon including their stunning rose pet nat, the ever-popular wines of Fanny Sabre from Burgundy, more Jura wines from Michel Gahier and l'Octavin, the lovely Gaillac wines from Patrice and Virginie at Causse Marines, the no-sulphur wines from La Paonnerie in the Loire, wines from Laurent Lebled (also from the Loire) including his orange Sauvignon Blanc, the new releases from Mylene Bru, a Cote Rotie from Jean-Michel Stephan, the latest wines from Domaine de la Cadette and Domaine Montanet-Thoden from Burgundy, the beautiful Muscadet wines from Marc Pesnot, the sparkling wines from Les Capriades and the next shipment from Jacques Fevrier from the Loire.
And if that is not enough we will also be introducing the wines of two new producers. We have been fortunate enough to meet Jean Ginglinger whose family has been making wines in Alsace since 1610! He agreed to supply us with his amazing wines and we are very excited about their arrival. While he makes some classic Alsace wines he is not afraid to venture outside the square, so we will be presenting an orange Pinot Gris and an oxidative Riesling along with more classic wines.
In addition we will be introducing a young producer from Roussillon, Michael Georget who is making extraordinary wines including an extremely delicate Syrah along with a number of single variety wines made from Grenache Noir, Pinot Gris, Macabeu and Mourvedre and a blended rose made from old vine Carignan and Grenache.
Overseas shipments possible
For some of you who follow this Web site but do not live in Australia we have arranged shipping to countries nearby where our producers are not currently available. Send us an email requesting details if you are interested.
Complete wine catalogue on-line
In response to many requests we now have all of our wines listed along with the recommended retail price on the Buy Wine page which you can get to by clicking on the "Buy Wine" menu option above.
If you are not on the mailing list all you have to do is type your email address into the 'Receive our Newsletter' box above and click on Send then confirm your choice. The newsletter contains information about special packs which contain a number of the recent arrivals.
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for alcohol to be delivered to a person under the age of 18 years.
Penalty: Fine not exceeding 20 penalty units ($3,080 as at, July 2015)
for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase liquor.
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