Best’s Great Western Virtual Masterclass

Wine down at home in the Best’s Great Western Virtual Masterclass with Hamish Thomson!

As a 5th generation descendant, Hamish has been involved in his family’s winery since early childhood. Starting out, he suckered vines and cleaned barrels, working in every area of the business before settling into a role of sales and marketing. In the early 1990’s Hamish left and travelled overseas for a couple of years, including a vintage in France. In 2004, Hamish left to expand his work horizons outside of Best’s. He has now returned and has been appointed as the Regional Sales Manager, Victoria. With decades of experience growing up in the wine industry, Best’s is proud to have him call on their local Victorian customers to tell the stories of their wines. One of Hamish’s Best kept secrets is his passion for woodwork, specifically building wooden boats.

Thursday 23rd September, 5pm
Zoom details will be provided in a confirmation email after purchase.

TASTING: 
Best’s Great Western Riesling 2021
Best’s Great Western Chardonnay 2020
Best’s Great Western Young Vine Pinot Meunier 2020
Best’s Great Western Cabernet Sauvignon 2019
Best Great Western Bin 1 Shiraz 2018
Best’s Great Western Bin 0 Shiraz 2017

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
You can choose to buy a sample pack which includes a sample of each wines, or go all out and buy a bottle of each ahead of the event!

Member (samples): $30
Non-member (samples): $35
Bottles (plastic free – no sample packs): $198

A $30 postage charge will apply for those who order the bottles outside our 30km radius. Our team will contact you after your purchase to confirm.

Sales close on Sunday 19th September at 9pm!

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