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Tue 1 Jul 2014, 6:30pm–9:45pm
Tue 8 Jul 2014, 6:30pm–9:45pm
Tue 15 Jul 2014, 6:30pm–9:45pm
Tue 22 Jul 2014, 6:30pm–9:45pm
Tue 29 Jul 2014, 6:30pm–9:45pm

Where: Alpha Restaurant, 238 Castlereagh Street, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: 18+

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  • General Admission: $99.00
  • Additional fees may apply

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Listed by: kristin12

Did you know? The Greeks have been making wine since the 3rd Century BC and actually introduced it to the Italians who then took winemaking to France.

Discover the essence of Greece’s Amyndeon wines and how well they complement a variety of cuisines as you dine at some of Sydney's most delectable restaurants. Not only will you enjoy the finest wine matched with specially designed dishes, you'll learn more about the Greek vineyards from the tasting notes below. And don't worry you have the whole month of July to explore all the restaurants participating in The Progressive Greek experience.

Guided tour – Sydney only. $99 (plus booking fee)

In Sydney we will have guided tours happening every Tuesday in July. Under the expertise of third-generation wine importer David Lamb, you will be taken on a tour of Greece’s Amyndeon wines matched with specially designed dishes at Sydney’s finest dining establishments. David, a certified sommelier, will provide informative insights about your tastebud experience and the latest developments in Greek wine. This is a wine and food lovers not-to-be-missed experience so book quickly as there are only 11 places available per-night.

[START] Alpha Restaurant, Sydney, 238 Castlereagh St, Sydney
Ouzo Cured Ocean Trout with fennel, orange, watercress & sumac onions
2012 Kir Yianni ‘Akakies’ Brut Rose (100% Xinomavro | Amyndeon PDO)

Danjee Restaurant, 1-7 Albion Place Sydney
Korean Steak Tartare
2013 Kir Yianni ‘Petra’ (80% Roditis, 20% Malagousia | Macedonia PGI)

[END] Glass Wine Bar, 2/488 George Street, Sydney
Braised wagyu short-rib with Pedro Ximenez, carrot & cumin puree, horseradish and piquillo peppers
2012 Kir Yianni ‘Paranga’ (50% Merlot, 25% Xinomavro, 20% Syrah | Macedonia PGI)

Dietary requirements
We have tried to find the most interesting wine and food matches with an emphasis on the adventurous palate. With this in mind we were unable to cater specifically for different dietary requirements. HOWEVER, if a particular dish isn’t suitable for you, you may want to ask the participating restaurants for an alternative recommendation. After all wine and food matching isn’t a rigid concept. In the case of restaurants like Longrain Melbourne or Alpha in Sydney, grazing is the way to go. Therefore order a few dishes to share and you can decide with your friends on which one matches the wine best.