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The all-male winemaking squad make their pit stop in Sydney at a secret location on May 11
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The potentially mad group of six new generation Hunter Valley wine makers are once again embarking on a mammoth road trip in 2012. Think a ‘liquid meals on wheels’ with the valley team bringing wine to the people at different locations along Australia’s east coast.
The all-male winemaking squad of David Hook, Andrew Thomas Rhys Eather, Nick Patterson, Mike De Iuliis and Andrew Margan are making their pit stop in Sydney at a secret location on May 11 and will offer up tastings of their latest creations.
The best part? You can test-drive your palette well within budget. At $30 a pop, this is the perfect way to experience the finest without blowing the bank. So there’s only one thing left to do: jump on board and be wined and dined by Australia’s hottest new wine connoisseurs. The chaps from New Generation Hunter Valley winemakers have kitted out a big green bus and are bringing 24 of the Hunter's most interesting new wines to secret pop-up locations across Australia.