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Sat 26 May 2012, 11:00am–5:00pm
Sun 27 May 2012, 11:00am–5:00pm

Where: Princes Wharf 1, Castray Esplanade (Franklin Wharf), Hobart CBD, Tasmania

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission Second Release: $20.00
  • Gold Medal/Trophy Tasting 12pm Saturday: $20.00
  • Gold Medal/Trophy Tasting 12pm Sunday: $20.00
  • Pinot Noir Masterclass with Nick Stock (9.30am Saturday): $20.00
  • Pinot Noir Masterclass with Nick Stock (2pm Sunday): $20.00
  • Pinot Noir and Food Matching (3pm Sunday): $20.00
  • The Great Debate – Chaired by Nick Stock (3pm, Saturday): $20.00
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The Tasmanian Red Wine Weekend is where vignerons and wine makers from across Tasmania come together to showcase their superb range of reds from a variety of vintages for you to try. This is your opportunity to meet, greet and chat with the heart of the Tasmanian wine industry - and most importantly over a glass of wine! $20 entry includes tasting of all wines, a Plumm wine glass valued at $25 etched with the WineSouth logo to take home, a complete tasting booklet and entry into the lucky door prize to win a case of top Tassie wines.

Where: Princes Wharf Shed No 1, Castray Esplanade, Hobart
When: Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 May 2012
Time: 11am to 5pm
Tickets: Include all wine tastings, Plumm glass to take home and wine notes
Dress: Casual
Reservations: Tickets available at the door $25 and online $20
Enquiries: John Rees 0419 348 867

Gold Medal/Trophy Tasting - try some of Tasmania's top Pinot Noirs and meet the makers, hear their story and find out what they think makes a top Pinot Noir. 12 noon Saturday and Sunday

Pinot Noir Master Class with Nick Stock, one of Australia's most respected and prolific wine critics and author of The Age and Sydney Morning Herald Good Wine Guide, 9.45 Saturday and 2pm Sunday.

Pinot Noir and Food Matching 3 pm Sunday.

The Great Debate - chaired by Nick Stock to answer once and for all what red wines can and should be grown in Tasmania. 3 pm Saturday.

"Yes, it's true ... Pinot Noir makes you smile!"

"Enjoying the moment as that Pinot lingers on the palate..."