Wednesday 20th July
The Oak Barrel, 152 Elizabeth St, Sydney CBD
For one special evening – Wednesday 20th July – Tim Shand will appear at The Oak Barrel Tasting Room to take you through the latest release Punt Road range.
Come along and take part in this relaxed, interactive event and gain rare insight into these Yarra Valley favourites from the winemaker himself.
Wines to taste:
Airlie Bank Sparkling NV
Punt Road Pinot Gris 2022
Punt Road Chardonnay 2021
Airlie Bank Pinot Noir 2022
Punt Road Pinot Noir 2021
Punt Road Shiraz 2021
Punt Road Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
Light snacks will be provided and one-off exclusives will be offered for purchases of the wines made on the night.
Date: Wednesday 20 July
Time: 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start
Venue: The Oak Barrel, 152 Elizabeth St, Sydney CBD
Cost: $45 per ticket ($35 for Oak Barrel Enthusiasts & Connoisseurs) available here
About Tim and Punt Road/Airlie Bank
Punt Road is a standard-bearer for wines of character, drinkability and a clear, proud Yarra Valley stamp. It has history on its side and cards stacked in its favour for a very bright future. The property was founded on site of the St. Huberts Vineyard planted in the 1860s by Paul and Hubert de Castella – some of the first vines in the Yarra Valley and one of the cornerstones of Australian fine-wine tradition. Punt Road owners the Napoleone family took advantage of a tremendous head start when they planted vineyards here in the 1980s. All these years later, Tim and the team bring restless perfectionism to this intimately understood site and its mature vines. The Punt Road wines have never been better.
Tim Shand heads a dynamic, progressive young winemaking team at this James Halliday five star-rated winery. Tim came to the Yarra Valley with vintages under his belt at Domaine Dujac in Burgundy and Château Margaux in Bordeaux, as well as stints in Chianti, Oregon and Chile. Since then he had a hand in some of the region’s headline-grabbing wines of recent times during his tenure at Giant Steps before taking the helm at Punt Road in 2014. Tim and the team are making most of the freedom to push boundaries while making the most of the excellent fruit the Yarra Valley gives rise to.