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SALOMON COMING TO BARRELS & STILLS

With the lifting of international borders, the man, the myth, wine making extraordinaire Bert Salomon has arrived in Australia from Austria. Barrels & Stills is lucky to be hosting a one night only tasting, upstairs in the Ampersand bar 7th April.

Bert Salomon is a seventh-generation descendant of the great Austrian wine dynasty Salomon Undhof, renowned since 1792 for creating the finest Rieslings and Gruner Veltliners from the Kremstal region west of Vienna. In the 1980s he also pioneered the importation of Australian wines to his homeland.

"Salomon Undhof wines is an alliance between character, balance and harmony."

If you have ever been into Barrels & Stills, you'll know we are a huge fan of Bert Salomon's wines. Bert and his lovely wife Gertrud are full-time travellers when it comes to wine. In Austria's Kremstal region on the Danube they manage their seventh-generation family estate, Salomon Undhof. Then once vintage is complete in the northern hemisphere, they fly south to Australia to manage Salomon Estate.

For the last 222 years, Salomon Undhof has produced white wines from the best terraced sites along the Danube. Crystal clear wines with fine minerality. The style of Salomon Undhof wines is an alliance between character, balance and harmony. Wines meant to be drunk young are fresh and subtle; wines for keeping acquire with age a luscious complexity. The wines of Salomon Undhof are found on the finest tables all over the world. Salomon Estate in Australia was founded in 1995, originating from great ideas and passions. The first being Bert and Gertrud’s love for the landscape around the Finniss River vineyard. Second, their enjoyment of great red wines and last but not least the enthusiasm they both have for diverse cultures.

Salomon Wine Tasting Event details:

We are excited to be hosting Salomon wine tasting, tickets are limited, click here to purchase.


Date - Thursday 7th April

Time - 5:30 pm

Price - $95 pp

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