[Sponsored] Expand your knowledge of cheese and wine at an Easter tasting class
Set against a backdrop of the Brokenback Range, Mount Pleasant Wines is a beautiful vineyard located in Pokolbin, in the Hunter Valley region. This Easter, what better way to escape from the city and relax than to book in for their delectable new wine and cheese-tasting event? You can visit Mount Pleasant Wines' cellar door and vineyard any time of the year, but on Saturday March 31, the estate is hosting Terroir Tasting, a Wine and Cheese Masterclass at excellent value for just $25pp.
Your experience will include the chance to taste expertly matched wines that journey through age, style and regional influence, starting with the Champagne Taittinger Brut Reserve, followed by a 1946 Vines Lovedale Semillon and a Lovedale Semillon, moving to a Mothervine Pinot Noir, a Rosehill Shiraz and a Maurice O’Shea Shiraz.
Cheese monger Paul Thompson from Manly's Artisan Cheese Room will be on site to present the cheeses and talk you through the samples of tasty dairy delights. You'll taste organic triple cream brie, Victorian goat's milk cheese, French comte and English cheddar. Paul Thompson will offer handy hints on how to create the perfect cheese platter at home, so you can relive the Mount Pleasant magic once you're back in the city.
You can read more about Mount Pleasant Wines here.
|Venue name:||Mount Pleasant Cellar Door|
401 Marrowbone Rd