BULLER Wines will celebrate its centenary with a series of special events.
It will host a decadent dinner on Saturday, December 4, honouring the Rutherglen winery's history and innovation over 100 years.
Buller Wines owners and chief winemaker Dave Whyte will share their insights about the history and wine, new and old.
They will pop bottles of Prosecco, uncork 2002 Calliope Shiraz Magnums and siphon Rare Muscat straight from the barrel for all guests.
The Queenscliff Art Prize 2022 Exhibition is coming to Buller Wines this month.
The winery will exhibit 40 curated original Australian artwork prints from later this month until early next year.
The artworks have been carefully printed onto large aluminum panels and will be displayed around the cellar door courtyard.
Finally, Sunday Sessions have returned to Buller Wines this spring.
A talented line-up of regular musicians as well as newcomers will join the program every Sunday until December 12.
Buller Wines will serve wine, beer and gin.
The Pavilion Restaurant at Buller Wines will offer Build Your Own Banh Mi picnic boxes.
Bring along a picnic rug or deck chairs.
Sunday Sessions are free events between noon and 4pm, no bookings required but double vaccination is mandatory.
The centenary dinner runs from 6.30pm.
Bookings are essential to the cellar door on (02) 6032 9660 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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