There is just one week to go until the flagship event, Sydney Royal Wine Show Trophy Winners Lunch, so make sure you secure your ticket now.
The event will take place at Doltone House Hyde Park on Friday 5 August, 12:30-3:30pm, with tickets still available. The event is a unique opportunity for guests to be immersed in the trophy and award winning wines of the KPMG Sydney Royal Wine Show. A three-course meal is served alongside these wines, with further insights provided by the Chair of Judges, Sarah Crowe.
The 2022 luncheon is sure to be a highlight of the wine industry’s calendar this year. In addition to the incredible wines to taste, guests will be able to network and celebrate with over 250 colleagues from all parts of the wine industry, and also win some amazing raffle prizes.
Andrew Stark, Executive Officer at WCA, said the 2022 will be an important opportunity for the industry after years of disruption during the pandemic.
“After a couple of challenging years, it’s brilliant to be able to come together with colleagues in the wine community again. As well as the chance to sample some of the best wines of show and see several key trophies announced, Sydney Royal Wine Show Lunch is just as importantly a chance to reconnect with others in our industry in a relaxed and convivial setting,” he said.
Master of Ceremonies for the 2022 Sydney Royal Wine Show Trophy Winners Lunch is industry veteran, Iain Riggs AM, former Sydney Royal Wine Show Chairman and Chief Judge, and 2017 WCA Legend of the Vine recipient. This year’s NSW Legend of the Wine recipient will be announced at the lunch, recognising someone who has made an outstanding contribution to the Australian wine industry. Previous winners of the prestigious title include Sandra Przibilla, Lyndey Milan OAM, Huon Hooke, Clive Hartley, Iain Riggs AM, Rob Hirst and David Lowe.
As in previous years, lunch ticket holders will also get access to the exhibitor and trade tasting, held earlier on the same day at Sydney Showground. At this tasting, guests can try over 2,200 medal winning wines.