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Lunch around the world – South of France Long Lunch

$120
March 5 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
MODA
61 Petrie Terrace
Brisbane, Queensland 4000 Australia
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We've all missed a window of travel around the globe in 2020 - to amazing food & wine destinations that have given us memories and stories to tell.  We've created a series of long lunches this year to celebrate these memories, and highlight a few vinous gems that we've found along the way.  We'll be partnering with restaurants that share our passion and can transport a lunch inspired by a far flung destination to complete an amazing experience - witthout the airline food in between! Destination Languedoc - Let us take you away to the South of France, a vast grape growing region that hugs the Mediterranean Sea, and produces, in our opinion, some of the country's best value wines.  From the famous Toulouse sausage, the seafood abundance of Gruissan, and the Spanish influence just below the border, Languedoc has it all - all in the shadow of the anciant Carcassonne Castle.  Join us as we take you on a personal journey, and showcase the wines that we tasted at dusty cellar doors and thought them worthy of bringing into Australia to feature on some of the most noteworthy restaurant wine lists.  An exclusive afternoon of 6 brilliant wines perfectly matched to 3 courses - book your flight now..

Elderton Estate Long Lunch – Brisbane

$130
March 12 @ 12:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Alchemy Brisbane
175 Eagle Street
Brisbane, QLD 4000 Australia
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The Ashmead brothers, along with their dear mum, Lorraine, have grown their family winery Elderton into an international success story over the past few decades. Join us for the 2021 launch of this brilliant Barossa range. Enjoy 3 courses, and 7 wines, including the icon 'Command' Shiraz over another classic long lunch with our good mates at Alchemy on the Brisbane river. Hosted by Baron of the Barossa, Allister Ashmead, we'll settle in for the afternoon with the best of the new releases, and a few tall stories to boot!