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.

LTS Fridays Wine Club

The Long Term Storage is your exclusive collection of aged and rare wines, perfectly stored and released at their peak of drinkability.

Taste a selection of LTS wines on the last Friday of each month.

Upcoming Dates

Friday 26 November, 5.30pm

Join Scott Butler and our Cellar team for an LTS tasting! This month Members will be treated to a mix of classics including Yarra Valley Chardonnay, Margaret River Chardonnay, New Zealand Pinot Noir and Barossa Valley Shiraz.

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Cellar Tastings

You are invited to try new bottles and expand your wine knowledge every third Thursday from 4-6pm at our FREE wine tastings. This is a wonderful opportunity to indulge in great wine, connect with like-minded Members and learn more about our award-winning Cellar and its offerings.

No bookings are required. 

Upcoming Dates

Thursday 18 November, from 4pm

Exploring series

Following the interest and success associated with the recent ‘World of Riesling’ lunch, the Wine Committee is pleased to launch an “Exploring” series, featuring wine tastings and lunches that will investigate particular wine grapes and regions.

Friday 22 October, 5.30pm

Hosted by Mr Walker this tasting will explore “The wines of Coal River Valley” a special region of Tasmania which follows the course of the Coal River from the hills just north of Hobart to the coast, taking in the wide, north to south oriented river valley. Members will have the chance to taste a number of wines with matching canapés. 

(Wine fact: Vineyards are closer to Hobart than to any other capital city in the country).

 

Thursday 25 November, 12.30pm

Hosted by Mr Bloemendal this lunch will explore “The wines of Chablis“. This region of Burgundy mostly grows Chardonnay, characterised by purity, sophistication and crispness when young, mellowing well as they age. Chablis vines are classified into four levels of appellation: Petit Chablis, Chablis, Chablis Premier Cru, and Chablis Grand Cru, with all Grand Cru climats located on the right bank of the River Serein.

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LTS Aged & Rare Dinner

NEXT EVENT: Saturday 11 December 2021

Illuminating the Brisbane Club’s most distinguished collection of wines, the Aged & Rare Dinner will unlock the secrets of our Long Term Storage.

Bi-monthly, your Cellar Master curates an exclusive selection of aged wines for you to try. 


TICKETS $350 include four course dinner with wines from the Long Term Storage. 

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