The Complete Wine Science Spectrum
Join enthusiastic wine-loving scientists for an evening of wine tastings, stories and myth-busting. Find out why orange wine is the new rosé, how colour can make a Cabernet Sauvignon meatier than a Chardonnay and much, much more. All to excite your mind and palate. Don’t miss out!
|When:||Tuesday, August 15 2017. 5:30 PM to 7:30 PM|
157 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide , SA, 5006
|Topic:||Environment and nature, Innovation and technology|
|Cost:||$18, includes light refreshments and a drink on arrival|
Like a good red wine? Prefer white? How about orange? Wine colour can reveal so much more about the chemistry and biology of wine than just its appearance.
Join enthusiastic wine-loving scientists from the industry’s own research and development organisation, the Australian Wine Research Institute, for an evening of wine tastings, stories and myth-busting.
Explore the origins of wine colour in Pinot Noir and Pinot Blanc and discover how colour can make a Cabernet Sauvignon meatier than a Chardonnay. Find out why orange wine is the new rosé, and what natural wine means for wine colour. Maybe you just want to know what the colour of an aged wine means for flavour and texture.
The presenters will also debunk some common wine-related folklore and give the audience an opportunity to ask questions about all things wine and science at a group discussion.
Light refreshments will be available along with a selection of great wines to taste and stories to tell.
Activities, myth-busting and wine tasting! …all to excite your mind and palate. Don’t miss out!
Jacqui McRaeAWRIEmail: firstname.lastname@example.orgPhone: 08 8313 6600