Posted by James Zarucky
11. Aug, 2012
|August 16, 2012|
Fancy a trip of sorts to Italy, via the Mornington Peninsula, all in a single evening?
Physically impossible, yes, but the Wine Lane on Artemis Lane is offering what is perhaps the next best thing: a wine tasting of Pinot from the Peninsula’s Nazaaray Winery, matched with accompanying Italian cheeses.
Participants will be guided through the history and subtleties of the fare on offer, and there’s even a bottle of Pinot to be won on the evening. This is definitely an event for the most dedicated of enthusiasts, as tickets are $69, including a $30 deposit.
WHERE: Wine Lane, 24 Artemis Lane, Melbourne
WHEN: Thursday August 16th, 6pm
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