The Champagne Bureau Australia will kick off spring with a series of Champagne masterclasses across the country as well as a trade tasting in Melbourne.
The Bureau said the masterclasses to be held between August 27 and September 17 will provide a forum for Champagne enthusiasts to taste and discuss a selection of non-vintage, vintage and other unique styles of Champagne wines.
Classes will be presented by winners of the Vin de Champagne Award, which is organised every second year by the Champagne Bureau Australia with the aim of finding Champagne ambassadors who will share their knowledge and encourage the enjoyment and appreciation of Champagne in Australia.
The trade tasting will be held at the Sofitel Melbourne on Collins on August 27.
Further details for the masterclasses and trade tasting are available on the Champagne Bureau website.
To RSVP for either event, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 9555 8891.
Representing the Comité Champagne (CIVC), the Champagne Bureau's main role in Australia is to educate trade and consumers on Champagne wines, along with promoting and protecting the world-famous Champagne appellation.