James Halliday presents an Australian View with New Asian Food at Coriander Leaf

One of the feature events in the Asia Symphony of Wine & Flavours program and complimenting our theme of ‘Unrivalled Passion for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay’, legendary Australian wine writer and critic James Halliday will present some of Australia’s leading cool-climate producers and benchmark examples of contemporary, ‘new world’ chardonnay and pinot noir.

Introduced by Guest of Honor, His Excellency, Mr Doug Chester, Australian High Commissioner to Singapore.

Meet the winemakers – Singapore has never seen such a gathering of so many talented Australian winemakers at one event and an unprecedented opportunity to meet with:

  • James Halliday – Coldstream Hills, Yarra Valley
  • Clare Halloran – TarraWarra, Yarra Valley
  • Sergio Carlei – Heathcote/Yarra Valley/Bendigo
  • Phillip Jones – Bass Phillip, Leongatha South-Gippsland
  • Neil Prentice – Moondarra, Gippsland Mountai District
  • Also featuring Yabby Lake, Mornington Peninsula -Sugarloaf Ridge, Tasmania

Singapore’s maestro of Pan-Asian cuisine, Samia Ahad, has prepared an tantalizing menu of dishes that will pair brilliantly with chardonnay and pinot noir.

Australian wine expert, James Halliday, will be our emcee for the evening, imparting his wealth of knowledge on the Australian chardonnay and pinot noir landscape and introduce the wineries and winemakers -in summary a most enlightening and enjoyable evening of wine and food discovery.

Date: 7:00pm Thursday, April 7th 2011
Price: SGD$238
Venue: Coriander Leaf – 3A Merchant Court #02-03, River Valley Road, Clarke Quay Singapore www.corianderleaf.com

All bookings through Hermitage Wine
Tel: +65 6272 2013

Official event website: www.burghoundinasia.com

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