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National Red Wine Day

Enjoy a glass of red this National Red Wine Day with Applejack.

We chatted to Applejack’s Group Sommelier, Amandine Rouviere, for her top red wine recommendations across our restaurants and bars.

What better excuse to enjoy a glass of wine this Sunday, than a national day celebrating it!

Ever wanted to learn how to properly taste red wine? Watch Amandine in action as she gives us her experitse in tasting red wine.

Keep reading to find out our top picks at Bopp & Tone, The Butler, and The Botanist.

 

Amandine’s Top Picks:

Bopp & Tone Wynyard

2017 Jean-Claude Rateau Beaune Clos des Mariages Burgundy.

At Bopp & Tone we have Jean-Claude Rateau Beaune Clos des Mariages from Burgundy on our coravin by the glass selection. Jean Claude Rateau was the first winemaker to convert his vineyard to biodynamic in 1979. The Clos des Mariages was actually his first vineyard converted to biodynamic. Even though Cote de Beaune is more known for their white don’t be fooled as his Beaune Clos des Mariages shows power, density, and complexity with beautiful fruit.

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The Butler Potts Point

2020 Hey! Malbec by Matias Riccitelli from Mendoza in Argentina

With an exciting Ibero-American influenced menu at The Butler we picked a beautiful Malbec made by Matias Riccetelli from Mendoza in Argentina. Matias is known as a madman in Mendoza. Young & full of energy, he is challenging many of the preconceptions of the Mendoza region. The Hey! Malbec is a more approachable version of Malbec, medium body with dark cherry, plum, and an undertone of spice.

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The Botanist Kirribilli

2021 La Ficelle Rouge (Gamay, Pinot Noir), Saint Pourcain, Loire Valley.

Looks like Sunday is going to be a beautiful day, so let’s brighten Red Wine Day with La Ficelle de Saint-Pourcain, a blend of Gamau & Pinot Noir from Saint Pourcain. A small wine region in the South East of the Loire Valley, in Central France. A delicious and vibrant blend of Gamay and Pinot Noir. Bright, juicy with notes of Cherry and raspberry.

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Your Sunday drinks plans are now sorted! Make your way across Sydney to taste Amandine’s top picks.

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