About the Event
$60 VIP tickets – Meet the Maker
What you’ll get
A first hand glimpse at the newest art Exhibition at aMBUSH Gallery Don’t Shoot The Messenger – a riveting and intentionally confrontational exhibition from Sydney-based street artist and Archibald Prize finalist, Luke Cornish (aka E.L.K.), who originally hails from Canberra.
50 Year Commemorative Plumm stemless glass to take home
Meet the winemaker and taste 8 wines
Cheese and Charcuterie boxes
Entry to the Kambri Precinct wine tasting event for 3 hours of wine, music and food.
More about the Market Tasting Event:
The Canberra Wine District turns 50 this year, and this 2021 Canberra Wine Week we have a lot to celebrate. We want you to celebrate this milestone with us, and the only way to do this is with the best food and and wine in Canberra.
With more than 60 wines on offer at our annual Wine Tasting event hosted this year in the amazingly cool and cultured space that is the Kambri Precinct in Acton, from 3pm to 6pm, collect your 50 Year Commemorative Plumm stemless ‘Tasting Glass’ and embark on a taste of our Liquid Geography.
This years event will showcase the diversity of our cool climate wine district which offers visitors and Canberrans a different experience across each unique area and calls out to be explored and enjoyed throughout the year come Autumn, Winter, Summer or Spring.
Experience around around 12 local wineries, pouring their wines that encapsulate the terroir, wine making skills and varietals that make the Canberra District the hottest cool climate wine region around.
Buy a glass of wine, or a bottle and share it with friends in the Courtyard, grab a pre-purchased grazing box, and sit back, relax and enjoy the cool stylings of the cultural centre of the ANU.
Grab your friends and make an afternoon of it.