Friday 2 August 2013

Burch Family International Pinot Noir Tasting & Lunch 2013

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Tickets on sale from Thursday, 15th August 2013. [doc]

Pinot Noir lovers are yet again invited to the highlight of the year to join Burch Family Wines celebrate the intriguing variety at the International Pinot Noir Tasting & Lunch to be held at the picturesque Howard Park Winery, Margaret River on Saturday, 5th October 2013.

A very impressive line-up of 20 Pinot Noirs will be featured, with highly regarded and interesting producers from around the world including France, Argentina, USA, Germany, New Zealand and of course our very own Australian producers who are working away at this very complex grape variety.

This event evolved from the opportunity to present the diversity of Pinot Noir, to experience Pinot from various terroir and to listen to esteemed experts in the field. The collective of guest speakers include Huon Hooke, Ken Gargett and David Wainwright.

Herb Faust, West Australian chef personality will send guests on a mesmerizing journey of food and wine utilizing the best of this season's local produce complimented with a careful selection of new-release Howard Park wines. All in all, a day of total engagement and celebration of all good things that accompany wine – delicious food, iconic wines, informed speakers and great music.


Date: Saturday, 5 October 2013

Venue: Howard Park Winery, Margaret River

Time: 10.00am arrival, for a prompt 10.30am start, till late afternoon.

Cost: $420 per person (inclusive of tasting and lunch).

Bookings: Through the Margaret River winery: (08) 9756 5200

Tickets on sale from Thursday, 15 August 2013.


About Burch Family Wines

Burch Family Wines produce Howard Park, MadFish and Marchand & Burch wines in addition to a range of other high quality labels. The family owned winery began with the Howard Park label and now, 27 years later, crafts wines of distinct regional character from the renowned regions of Margaret River and the Great Southern. The simple philosophy of producing wines with a strong focus to quality from the vineyard to the bottle.

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