By Andy Young
Wine Communicators Australia is hosting an Australian rosé tasting and panel discussion in Sydney on Thursday, 21 May, so don't miss the opprotunity to attend.
The event will explore the appeal of Australian rosé including the breadth of style, regional variation, consumer preferences and will aim to shed some light on potential for growth, not just in summer but throughout the year.
As the popularity of rosé increases around the world, what opportunities are there for Australian rosé both domestically and abroad?
The evening will feature a panel who will answer these and other questions and give attendees the opportunity to form their own opinions and discover how rosé can become the 'next big thing', not just in summer but throughout the year.
The Q&A panel discussion will be facilitated by Lisa Webber (NSW WCA Chair) and will feature Trish Barry of Mastermind Consulting, Peter Logan of Logan Wines and TheShout's editor Andy Young.
The evening will also feature a tasting with a broad spectrum of wines including House of Arras rosé, Logan Wines 'Hannah' rosé, De Bortoli 'La Boheme' and Dominique Portet 2014 Fontaine.
Tickets for the evening cost $25 for WCA members and $40 for non-members and are available from the WCA website.