We will be closed tomorrow and the day after, Thursday and Friday, for ANZAC day & and a private function. See you on the weekend!
We hope everyone had a nice break over Easter, see you all tomorrow!
We think Aussie producers make some outstanding juice, which is why we stock them exclusively. Less is often more in winemaking, and we place a strong focus on biodynamic, organic & low-intervention wines. We champion young producers, emerging wine styles, and wine we just love to drink. These are just a few of our favourites right now @jamsheedwines @tonicwines @bjmart8 @estoban_a_la_monde @domainesimha
@kaydenhines we couldn't have said it better! Happy Easter weekend everyone, see you back on Tuesday.
Today’s your last chance to indulge yourself with your fav wines & cheeses before we close over Easter. Come share a cheeky glass or two with us 🍷
Our team is taking a break over the Easter weekend, see you on the other side! 😊
Vibrant nectarine, spicy ginger, zesty acidity and a grippy finish drive this spectacular amber wine from @betweenfivebells. Pinot Gris spends 45 days on skins in a single amphora, before being joined by Greco, Fiano, Riesling & Viognier. This unique blend is a little bit wild and a whole lot of tasty.
We’re open on Mondays! Come by, say hi, and get amongst Aperitivo Hour. APERITIVO HOUR MON-FRI 4-6 $5 BITES $6 BEERS $10 WINES $12 NEGRONIS
It’s the world’s most renowned blue, it’s cave-aged, it’s made from raw milk, and it’s ALWAYS in our fridge. The king of cheese - Roquefort! Expect to see this creamy, moldy, delicious cheese featured during our cave-aged cheese event Friday, 3 May. The particular combination of pasture, climate, and breed create a unique sheep's milk, skillfully crafted into cheese using centuries-old techniques. The wheels are placed in the natural Combalou caves of Roquefort-sur-Soulzon, where they undergo a truly wonderful transformation. In the soil of these caves lives the mold that gives Roquefort its distinctive mold, Penicillium roqueforti. These blue-green veins stretch across its moist and crumbly body. It is creamy and aromatic, complex and intense, with sharp and tangy nuances. A little salt and a subtle sweetness perfectly balances out the unmistakable piquancy of the scary-looking blue veins 👑🧀
@vannellacheese buffalo milk ricotta, beautiful fresh figs and pistachio with @brickfieldsbakery fruit toast. A great way to kick-start your weekend.
Back by popular demand, it’s Georgian Wine Week! Georgia, the country at the crossroads of Western Europe and Asia, is the oldest wine region in the world. For at least 8,000 years the country has been producing wine in unique, traditional and fascinating styles, but little made its way out of the country. As interest in natural and amber wines has grown in recent years, these extraordinary wines have begun to pop up on wine lists around the world. Georgia’s wine culture is deeply rooted around the qvevri - huge egg-shaped earthenware used as underground fermentation vessels. Regardless of the grape colour, wines stay in contact with their skins, stalks and pips for months, sealed and buried in the soil. The resulting wines are rich, structured, amber-coloured whites or wild and spicy reds. We’ve picked 6 of our favourite Georgian wines that we’ve encountered over the last year, and curated a list showcasing some of the country’s most interesting pours. We’ll be pouring them by the glass and half glass all week, with our team on deck to help you navigate the winey waters of this ancient region. This is a great opportunity to expand your wine drinking horizon. Georgian wines continue to amaze us with their kaleidoscopic array of flavour - get amongst it and try something new. Get in touch now to book your table.
Beaufort is a remarkable cheese, produced exclusively from the unpasteurised milk of cows grazing in the mountain pastures of the French Alps. A close relative to Gruyere, Beaufort is a softer, subtle cheese - its use of raw milk gives this cheese its distinctive floral, grassy, creamy character. YUM. BIG YUM.