Fri, 24 June|
Annual Club Dinner Featuring Yalumba Wines
Located in the Barrosa Valley Region, Yalumba, are not afraid to push the boundaries and experiment to improve the quality of their wines.
Time & Location
24 June, 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm ACST
Adelaide, 111 Hutt St, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
About the event
Located in the Barrosa Valley Region, Yalumba, are not afraid to push the boundaries and experiment to improve the quality of their wines. Yalumba make their wines to be delicious, savoury and perfect partners for food or special occasions. They have texture, interest and balance, and a bit of an edge. Their wines are created to excite and challenge you, taking you on a journey with every glass.
The Yalumba story started with Samuel Smith venturing across the seas from England to a small town called Angaston in South Australia. He founded Yalumba in 1849, planting the first vine under moonlight with his son, Sidney. His bold, pioneering spirit has passed through the generations, influencing each of Yalumba’s proprietors throughout the years.
Robert led Yalumba into the modern era by cementing our reputation as an internationally-focused and innovative business within the Australian wine industry. Hepioneered Viognier in Australia, established Australia’s First Families of Wine and launched Yalumba’s most prestigious wine — The Caley Cabernet Sauvignon & Shiraz, honouring his great uncle Fred Caley Smith. Robert’s family carries on the legacy set inplace by Samuel Smith, continuing to experiment and showcase the best the Barossa has to offer.
YALUMBA EV ROUSSANNE
YALUMBA THE VIRGILIUS VIOGNIER
YALUMBA VINE VALE GRENACHE
YALUMBA PARADOX SHIRAZ
YALUMBA 'THE MENZIES' CABERNET SAUVIGNON
YALUMBA 'THE SIGNATURE' CABERNET SAUVIGNON SHIRAZ
YALUMBA ANTIQUE TAWNY
Time: 1900 for 1930
Price: $135 (The cost includes a 4-course meal and 7 wines)
Dress: Black Tie (Not mess dress / miniatures)
RSVP: By 5pm, Tuesday 21st June 2022
CANCELLATION POLICY - Bookings cancelled after the RSVP will incur a 50% charge of the ticket price