International Women’s Day Danielle, Louella and the Revolution
8 March 2024
In the Yallamundi Rooms
Celebrate International Women's Day with an extraordinary blend of wine tasting, food and conversation with leading chef Danielle Alvarez and sixteen groundbreaking female Australian winemakers. Hosted by Louella Mathews, hear what empowers these trailblazing women as they continue to break barriers in the male dominated world of winemaking while you sample their wines and enjoy culinary delights by Danielle.
|Friday 8 March
*Your ticket includes a canapé, graze from three antipasto and cheese stations, a Plumm wine glass and tasting card allowing you to taste up to ten different wines. An additional tasting card for six more wine stamps is available for purchase on the evening for $50.
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The duration of this event is 3 hours.
Event duration is a guide only and may be subject to change.
This is an adult only, 18+ event.
Women in wine
This International Women's Day join Danielle Alvarez, the Culinary Director for Events at the Sydney Opera House, Trippas White Group Sommelier Louella Mathews and non-for-profit organisation Women and Revolution, alongside sixteen leading female wine makers, in the Yallamundi Rooms.
On arrival you will receive a tasting card and a Plumm tasting glass to use as you make your way around the room to enjoy ten wine tastings.
Indulge in crated grazing tables crafted by Danielle Alvarez and dairy products from Burraduc Buffalo Dairy and Charcuteries from Feather and Bone by Laura Dalrymple as you listen to Louella interview Danielle and the sixteen female winemakers who are stirring up the food and wine industry with their innovation and ambition.
For wine enthusiasts, an extra tasting card for six extra tastings is available for purchase on the night for an additional $50.
Meet the makers
- MEREDITH, Mem Hemmings, NSW
- Bremerton Wines, Rebecca and Lucy Wilson, Langhorne Creek SA
- Sabi Wabi, Peta Kotz, Hunter Valley NSW
- See Saw, Monica Grey, Orange NSW
- Oliver’s Taranga, Corrina Wright, McLaren Vale SA
- Inkwell Wines, Irina Santiago-Brown, McLaren Vale SA
- Little Frances, Erin Poolet, Beechworth VIC
- Werkstatt, Bridget Mac, Mount Gambier SA
- Tillie J Wines, Natillie Johnson, Yarra Valley VIC
- Yayoi Wines, Steffi Snook, Geelong VIC
- Eck Wines, Emily Eck, Heathcote VIC
- Mooroduc Estate, Kate McIntyre WM, Mornington Peninsula VIC
- Quealy Wines, Kate Quealy, Mornington Peninsula VIC
- Lady Garden Wines, Kelly Pearson, Geelong VIC
- Pipan Steel Wines, Paula Pipan, Mudgegonga VIC
- Oates Ends, Catherine Oates, Margaret River WA
- South by South West, Liv Maiorana, Margaret River WA
- Wangolia Wines, Anita Goode, Mt Benson SA
Presented by Trippas White Group
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