The ultimate intersection of fine art, wine and food


COMBINING for an intersection of fine art and breathtaking wine, Austin’s Wines, Boom Gallery Geelong and Melbourne foodies Nama Please are ready to collaborate on the night of nights.

Tonight (June 17), Austin’s Wines will host a curated wine and art launch at its vineyard that will showcase the region’s finest wines in collaboration with selected artists from the Boom Gallery.

The evening will not only feature fantastic artwork and wine, but will include Nama Please, Melbourne’s popular foodies, who will serve a traveling cocktail-style menu in the evening featuring fresh, locally sourced produce.

Nama Please will serve a cocktail-style menu. Photo: SUPPLIED

Nama Please’s Geoff and Raff recently spent May in the Yarra Valley devoting their days to milking salmon caviar for Yarra Valley Caviar.

Some of them will be presented in their residence at Austin’s.

Austin’s Wines Business Development and Events Manager, Liz Gant, is looking forward to attending the event and looking forward to showcasing Austin’s new wine collection with some of the region’s top artists.

“We look forward to an incredible evening of wine, food and of course incredible works of art.

“In the evening, our first artist/wine outing includes labels from the very talented Shane Drinkwater, our riesling fan who is often inspired by how agriculture creates lines and texture in a landscape and how that is perceived from the top.

Artwork by Shane Drinkwater. Photo: SUPPLIED

“For our Shiraz, we called on Jasmine Mansbridge who shares our passion for red wine and the techniques used in the wine making process.

“Our ‘Off-Dry’ Riesling and ‘Concrete Egg’ Shiraz have been ‘preserved’ using carefully chosen premium fruit plots and crafted using a selection of techniques both traditional and non-traditional,” said Ms. Gant.

The $120 all-inclusive ticket includes wine, a Japanese-inspired cocktail-style menu by Melbourne’s hottest new chefs at Nama Please, and live music from Lucy Lorene Duo.

The event still has tickets for sale and Austin’s Wines encourages those to purchase tickets before they sell out.

The event will take place from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Bus transfers will be available to and from the Gold Diggers Arms in Newtown and Geelong Station for an additional $25.

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