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In our first event of 2020, Curly Flat’s winemaker Matt Harrop will be conducting a series of vertical tastings in the Curly Flat cellar door over one weekend in January.

We’ll preview the (award winning) 2018 Curly Flat Pinot Noir and Chardonnay alongside older vintages and some of our library wines.

If you’ve ever wanted to taste the individual components of a Curly Flat Pinot Noir prior to blending then you shouldn’t miss this tasting. You’ll be able to see the difference between whole bunch and destemmed fruit, clonal variation and the impact of oak.

Each session is strictly capped at 15 people, so it’s a fantastic opportunity to really get to the heart of Curly Flat wine. Tickets are $25 each (fully refundable upon purchase of three bottles), and include some light food from the Piper Street Food Company.

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