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A night in Burgundy

Join us for an evening as we explore some of Burgundy's finest appellations.  We’ll take a closer look at these unique regions, showing how climate and geographical factors are crucially important in shaping the character of each wine.

We’ll taste through many different appellations including regions such as:

Bourgogne Rouge / Burgogne Blanc
Hautes Cotes du Beaune / Nuits
Mercurey / Givry / Rully

Marsannay / Fixin 1er Cru

Meursault / Chassagne Montrachet

Chambolle Musigny / Vosne Romanee
Gevrey Chambertin / Nuits St George



We will arrange the delivery of the wine samples.
On the evening of the event, you’ll log in via Zoom where Andy will take you through the wines.
The ticket price includes 6 x 60ml of all the wines, with information and tasting notes so you can follow along or make notes of your own.

The virtual tasting will start at 7:00pm and last for roughly 1.5 hours. 
Once a ticket has been booked, we’ll email you to confirm the details of your delivery. 

You can purchase both evenings individually, or together or for a discounted price of $270


Red Burgundy - Thursday 24th June

Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
(Lasting approximately 1.5 hours).

Cost: $145

White Burgundy - Thursday 1st July

Time: 7:00pm - 8:30pm
(Lasting approximately 1.5 hours).

Cost: $145


Join Andy as he guides you through a selection of wines from some of Burgundy’s well known, and lesser known appellations. Drawing from his knowledge, Andy will guide you through as he discusses the reasons why he loves these regions, and why they're featured.


Burgundy produces some of the finest Grand Cru and Premier Cru wines in the world, using two well known grape varieties; Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

Burgundy also features five incredible sub-regions: Chablis in the Yonne department in the North; the Côte de Nuits and Côte de Beaune in the Côte d'Or; and the Chalonnais and Mâconnais to  the South.​

With over 100 different appellations, a wonderful myriad of individual vineyards and more than 3,000 individual producers, ranging from small boutique operations to large negociants, the region is now producing over 15 million cases every year, and sold all over the world.

About Andy

Andy has over ten years' experience working in the wine industry.

​His passion for wine really ignited when working for Corney & Barrow in London, after attending an in-house wine course. From there he moved to one of the best independant wine merchants on the high street - Philglas & Swiggot - to work with Master of Wine, Justin Knock and go on to complete the highly valued WSET Diploma.

Now back in Melbourne, Andy is currently a student on the Master of Wine program, and continues to work in the wine trade sharing his passion and love of wine with those keen to learn more.