Dead Reds Wine Group, Wake 2



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So the next dead reds wine group event is nearing. Have you RSVP’d? It would be good to do so.

Next event booked for Friday 25th July from 7pm

After scouring Adelaide for the next dead reds event location, we settled on the David Evans Gallery. The gallery is located in Rundle Street, just above Alfrescoโ€™s and itโ€™s a great spot โ€“ nice and central. Not only will we be able to test and taste the wine, we can also admire the very excellent views โ€“ the photography and artworks that are on display! Now we just need to unearth the next dead red.

Entry for the next event will be $10pp entry with bottle or $20pp entry without bottle. Bottles must be dated prior 1999. I am personally opening the 1966 St Henri Claret Penfolds Auldana however Iโ€™m not expecting anyone else to provide such an old bottle and am happy to win the deadest bottle on the night prize!! The black star. But you can try and beat me if you wish.

As Iโ€™ve previously mentioned we have purchased a few bottles for labeling. So, for this next very special event location โ€“ these bottles will take on added meaning as they will be labeled using a selected print image provided by David Ginter himself, one of the gallery directors.

The David Ginter image will also be up for auction on the night.

Finally the event price includes: wine samples on arrival, water, cheese and nibbles (and an excellent night of entertainment). Please RSVP either via the FaceBook event or to me direct. If you want, I am happy to accept payment up front for quicker entry on the night.

Spread the word โ€“ everyone is welcome. xc

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