Australia's First Families of Wine Dinner | Family Showcase Dinner
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You’re invited to join members of Australia’s First Families of Wine for a showcase of incredible wines matched with delicious fare at Guy Grossi’s Merchant restaurant in Melbourne.
Asked to nominate their favourite wines that they enjoy with their favourite meals, the Australia's First Families of Wine have put forward an impressive list of wines that is as diverse as the regions and styles they represent. The team at Merchant then put together a 3-course menu that matches four wines with each course.
Joining us for the evening will be Sally Webber of De Bortoli Wines, Andreas Henschke of Henschke, Scott McWilliam of McWilliam’s Wines, and Monica George of Tahbilk.
Guy Grossi’s Merchant is a relaxed Venetian Osteria. The menu is designed to be shared in a family style atmosphere bringing together regional cuisine and knowledgeable service.
The menu will feature:
Sparkling On arrival
Canapes of peas and provolone arancini and polpette with sugo.
Leek, potato and fontina croquette, buffalo mozzarella and basil and a salumi board
Howard Park Miamup Sauvignon Blanc 2017
Henschke Peggy’s Hill Riesling 2016
McWilliam’s MCW Reserve 660 Tumbarumba Chardonnay 2017
Tahbilk Museum Release Marsanne 2011
Duck Tortellini with sage, burnt butter and pomegranate, chargrilled fillet of local fish with lemon, and gnocchi with tomato passata.
Yalumba Old Bush Vine Grenache 2016
De Bortoli Villages Pinot Noir 2017
Brown Brothers Limited Release Tempranillo Graciano 2016
d’Arenberg The Derelict Vineyard Grenache 2013
Braised pork shoulder with cannellini beans and potatoes, pasture-fed Gippsland scotch fillet, and spiced veal ragu with pappardelle.
Tyrrell’s Shiraz 2016
The Barry Bros by Jim Barry Shiraz Cabernet 2016
Taylor’s TWP Cabernet Sauvignon 2015
Campbell Limited Release Durif 2015
Cheese selections with fruits and bread and tea or coffee with biscotti.
Date: Thursday 26th July, 6.30pm