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19 January, 2017, 14:00 - 18:00
The Great New Zealand Wine Tasting
Location: Goldsmiths Hall, Radisson BLU Royal Hotel, Golden Lane, Dublin 8, Ireland
Contact: Jean Mullen
A huge selection of wineries from across New Zealand will be represented at this event. There will also be a masterclass and self pour area dedicated to the regional styles and diversity of New Zealand's Pinot Noir wines.
24 January, 2017, 10:00 - 17:00
Australia Day Tasting
Location: B1, Victoria House, Southampton Row, London, WC1B 4DA
Contact: Emma Symington
The Australia Day Tasting, the largest trade tasting of Australian wine in Europe, returns to London, Edinburgh and Dublin in January 2017. Across the three tastings there will be more than 1000 wines from nearly 200 different wineries and brands, presented by around 80 exhibitors.
26 January, 2017, 13:00 - 18:00
Australia Day Tasting
Location: The Balmoral Hotel, 1 Princes Street, Edinburgh, EH2 2EQ
Contact: Emma Symington
The Australia Day Tasting, the largest trade tasting of Australian wine in Europe, returns to London, Edinburgh and Dublin in January 2017. Across the three tastings there will be more than 1000 wines from nearly 200 different wineries and brands, presented by around 80 exhibitors.
30 January, 2017, 13:00 - 18:00
Australia Day Tasting
Location: RHA Gallery, 15 Ely Place, Dublin 2
Contact: Camilla Coste
The Australia Day Tasting, the largest trade tasting of Australian wine in Europe, returns to London, Edinburgh and Dublin in January 2017. Across the three tastings there will be more than 1000 wines from nearly 200 different wineries and brands, presented by around 80 exhibitors.
01 February, 2017, 11:00 - 17:00
Koshu of Japan trade tasting
Location: Ametsa, Halkin Hotel, Halkin Street, London, SW1X 7DJ
Contact: Samantha Holmes
These delicate and light white wines, from the Japanese prefecture of Yamanashi, made exclusively from Koshu grapes, are naturally light in alcohol and partner perfectly with food, making them an increasingly popular style.


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Looking back to look forward

Wine is a liquid time capsule. Drinking older vintages not only recalls the weather conditions and winemaking styles of the past, it encourages us to reflect upon our own histories. Such reminiscence often inclines towards romanticised nostalgia. Especially after the second bottle. But looking back is a great way of learning about the future.

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