Larry McKenna & Rudi Bauer – two of the all-time greats of NZ Pinot!

A tasting at the Prince Wine Store that Melbourne wine enthusiasts should not miss; two of the most influential, if not mavericks, of Antipodean pinot noir, in the one room. I would suggest you are in for a good doss of humour as much as enlightenment on the evolution of these benchmark wineries moreover, highlighting the distinction between two very different terroirs and wine regions.

To read more on Rudi Bauer http://www.thewanderingpalate.com/new-world-pinot-noir/new-zealand%E2%80%99s-quiet-achiever-rudi-bauer-quartz-reef/

Larry Mckenna - Escarpment Vineyard - Martinborough

When: 6-8pm, Monday 26 September | Where: Prince Wine Store, 177 Bank Street, Sth Melbourne | Australia  Cost:  $30

Larry McKenna (first at Martinborough Vineyards and now at Escarpment in Martinborough) and Rudi Bauer (he began his long career at Rippon) at Quartz Reef in Central Otago are two of the leading figures in New Zealand’s rise to world Pinot Noir prominence over the last thirty years.  Prince Wine Store is thrilled that both of these forthright individuals will be at Bank Street to present and talk about their Martinborough and Central Otago wines.  This is one not to be missed but you will need to be quick. You can view the wines and book your place by click here. Alternatively call the store on (03) 9686 3033

Quartz Reef Vineyard - Bendigo - Central Otago



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