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.
Spanish and Portuguese Wine Dinner
Spain and Portugal are renowned for their many and varied wine regions, producing some of the most distinctive and delicious varietals in Europe. Discover these European delights with The Spanish Acquisition’s Peter Roger over a four course dinner
with matching wines. An evening not to be missed! Includes our feature wine from an ancient site in Ponte de Lima – QUINTA
DO AMEAL 2017 Loureiro.
Friday 6 March | 6.30pm
Chardonnays from around the world
Spend an evening exploring Chardonnays from around the world with some of the greats: New Zealand’s best from Te Mata – The 2018 Elston Chardonnay, a captivating and decadent example of how refined Chardonnay can be outside of Burgundy, plus a very exciting opportunity to try one of the most exceptional and striking vineyard plots from Vasse Felix with the Heytesbury, longside a Premiere Cru Chablis from the Vaillons vineyards which tend to be floral and more delicate but still retain Chablis’ haracteristic intense minerality.
This will be a Friday Evening to remember!
Friday 13 March | 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?