2021 Great Eastern Wine Week

East vs South Dinner

Join us on Saturday 11 September for our East vs South Dinner featuring Tassie wine legends Claudio Radenti and Stefano Lubiana, here at The Farm Shed.

Battle of the wine regions – East vs South.

Join us for our “Wine Off – East vs South Dinner” with Claudio Radenti and Stefano Lubiana. A sumptuous four course meal will be provided by chef Christopher Bell. Each course will be accompanied by one wine from each of the winemakers who will speak on why their region and therefore their wine is better! They are friendly rivals and diners will be the judge!

The winemakers
Claudio Radenti and his partner Lindy Bull are the winemakers at Freycinet Vineyard, just a short distance from Bicheno, one of the early East Coast producers. Stefano Lubiana is the founder of Stefano Lubiana Wines, based at their vineyard on the banks of the River Derwent north of Hobart. Established around thirty years ago, the family continues a winemaking tradition that stretches back to South Australia and beyond for several generations in Italy.

We hope you can join us for this very special event, but you’ll need be quick to reserve your seat as numbers are limited.

Event Details

Saturday, 11 September
7.00pm - 10.00pm

The Farm Shed East Coast Wine Centre
53a Burgess St, Bicheno
Cost: $140

03 6375 1868

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