Here is some evidence of the brilliant time had by all at our Meet The Producers event last Sunday.
Philippe, our MD, recently done an interview with Michelle McWilliam of Avocado Sweet. Please click here to read the full article.
Chapter 2: final training in Sydney.
In two days time, I will be competing in my 1st major event; blending our next vintage of 7 Day Road Shiraz at the Lowe family estate in Mudgee. Firstly though, I really need to recover from the blasted jet lag! I have decided to follow a very strict regime dictated by my personal drink trainer and local guide, Howard. The next 48 hours are going to be very foodie. First stop will be the original Bill's cafe in Darlinghurst, the home of breakfast in Sydney.We are off to a fantastic start and feel very confident in the ability of my guide. Feeling better but need to increase my intake of caffeine. Therefore, next stop will be the Wedge Espresso Bar in Glebe Point Road which is run by the ex Le Monde barista. Coffee is like a religion in Sydney. The next couple of hours will consist of visiting the tourist places! Before I know it, it's time for lunch, I have been thinking about this moment for the last 24 hours!! We are off to The Red Lantern where I will be practising my aromatic skills. 20% of the population in Sydney is of Asian origin and home to some of the most fantastic Cantonese, Thai and Vietnamese restaurants in the world. Dinner has been secured at MsG's in Victoria Street. An amazing experience and I would highly recommend the pork knuckle! I am now battling hard to stay awake, so bed time for me.
Tomorrow will be an easy day as I need to be fully fit for my trip to Mudgee on Friday.