The Brisbane Club’s award-winning Cellar draws some of the biggest names from the world of wine Exclusively for Members
to purchase or encounter in unique lunch or dinner events. You and your guests are invited to delight your senses with carefully matched wine and food at these upcoming Cellar events.
We offer opportunities to connect with fellow Members and friends through wine education and appreciation, tastings, wine maker lunches and dinners and even wine cellaring and investment strategies.
Whether it be tasting the “Great Wines of the World”, the “Australian Classics” or discovering a new emerging “Boutique Producer”, you have the opportunity to hear first hand the stories and traditions behind each label directly from the founders, winemakers or industry professionals. Our wine events program is vibrant, diverse, and caters to every palate, take a look and book for the events listed below.
Elderton wine lunch
Allister Ashmead is responsible for the dual roles of marketing and production. He came back into the family business in early 2000, after university, working vintages abroad and working in the wholesale wine trade.
Join us for a very special lunch with Elderton.
Tuesday 25 February | 12.30pm
Duval-Leroy champagne dinner
If you’re still in the mood to celebrate the fact that we’ve now entered the 20’s, there’s no better way to do it than with Champagne! And even more reason to be drinking your way through some fabulous vintages of Duval Leroy is that it’s been dedicated to the noble craft of champagne- making since 1859 – which means in the original roaring 20’s the glamorous would have been filling their glasses with Fleur de Champagne Premier Cru!
Duval produces champagnes that are the essence of finesse, lightness & elegance. A Dinner not to be missed.
Wednesday 26 February | 6.30pm
Wine appreciation refresher
Calibrate your taste and knowledge for the new year! Approximately 12 wines to be tasted and light supper included. In this one night session Andrew Corrigan Master of Wine will present on the following and much more:
How do you recognise a young wine that will age well?
What do you look for when assessing quality of mature wine?
What are threshold conditions for storing wine? Can I store screw capped wines with bottles standing up?
Rose – an enduring new trend?