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Wine tasting heaven

11 Jun 2013

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Wine lovers were on cloud nine in Quay West’s function room last month as the Cool Climate Wine Show hit Southbank.

The tasting session was run by Australia’s only female “Wine Master” Meg Brodtmann.

The festival was sponsored and run by the Red Hill Show Society and the wine tasting was held in conjunction with the Yarra River Business Association (YRBA).

Several cool climate wines were on show with many restaurant owners from Southbank taking the opportunity to see what the best wines of the seasons were.

YRBA executive officer Tim Bracher said it was an event that specifically targeted some of its members.

“It was a different approach to member functions, aimed at a specific sector of our business community,” Mr Bracher said.

“The association is currently reviewing its approach to member servicing, particularly with regard to networking functions,” he added.

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