Winemaker’s Lunch with Turkey Flat - Friday 28 February
Join us in the Spectator boardroom on Friday 28 February for the next in this year’s series of Spectator Winemaker Lunches with Alex Schulz, fifth generation owner and head winemaker of Turkey Flat Vineyards, the cult winery of the Barossa Valley, Australia.
First planted with Shiraz in 1847, Turkey Flat Vineyards is one of the oldest producers in Australia, famed not only for the remarkable quality of their sustainably-farmed Rhône-style wines but also their downright accessibility.
Over a fine, four course cold lunch provided by Forman & Field, Alex will present and discuss a number of wines including the Turkey Flat White, the Butcher’s Block Red, the Butcher’s Block Shiraz, three vintages of the Turkey Flat Grenache, the Turkey Flat Mataro, the fabled Turkey Flat Shiraz and the tongue-tinglingly tasty fortified Turkey Flat Pedro Ximenez.
These represent some of the most inviting wines to come out of Australia and the lunch promises to be hugely popular so do book promptly to avoid disappointment.
For more on Turkey Flat visit www.turkeyflat.com.au
Friday 28 February | 12.30pm | £105
Tickets will not be sent out before the event. A receipt will be sent either via email or post and your name will be on the guest list.
22 Old Queen Street | London | SW1H 9HP
To book by telephone call 020 7961 0015 (9am-5pm Mon-Fri)
Cancellation policy: Tickets are transferable. If you wish to cancel your ticket, The Spectator will do their best to ensure that your ticket is reallocated in order to give you a refund.