February
25 Sunday

Oinos

Sun, 25 February 2024 (11:00 am - 4:00 pm)Australia/Adelaide
Paulmara Estates

Description

Join us for an exceptional wine tour at

Paulmara Estates,

and

Deepen your knowledge about the role of wine  in Greek life through time

 

Presented by Festival Hellenika

and

Paulmara Estates

 

Bookings and dietary requirements

 

Please call or SMS Adoni on 0405 266 736 by 20th February

Online bookings not available.

Refer to “Cost” section below for payment details.

 

Event Highlights: 

 
  • A tour around the beautiful vineyards with Paul Georgiadis, passionate local viticulturist and owner of the Estates. Paul will be meeting us at Gnardenfrei Church (Seppeltsfield Rd, Marananga) and will be accompanying us on the tour

 

  • Visit to the barrel room of the winery, where the scent of fermenting grapes and rustic wooden barrels will set the perfect tone for winemaker Jason Barrette to share his stories and knowledge from his years of winemaking experience. Professor Rachel Ankeny will intertwine these fascinating tales with insights from her interdisciplinary study, expanding your understanding of wine’s place in Greek culture, history, and society

 

  • A delicious 3-course meal prepared by local caterers Hand Made Catering and paired with Paulmara Estate’s beautiful wines. The courses will meet all dietary requirements.

 

A sumptuous mix of wisdom, food, and of course, exquisite wines, await.

This is an experience you don’t want to miss out on!

Cost

Price: $160

Payment to be made in advance by bank transfer to:

SOUTH AUSTRALIAN COUNCIL FOR THE GREEK CULTURAL MONTH INC.

BSB: 735 212
ACCOUNT: 525 279
Reference: OINOS

Meeting Point

MEET YOUR HOSTS

Paul Georgiadis

Paul Georgiadis

Paul’s viticultural career started in the Riverland, where his family established vineyards and orchards, which he managed while studying Marketing at the University of South Australia.

Paul then went on to become Penfolds’ very own premium regions Grower Relations Manager, an illustrious career of 18 years.

He has spent the last 10 years managing his two Barossa Valley vineyards, while consulting in various capacities. This has extended from viticulture to Grape Supply management, which over the years has been received by like-minded vignerons and wineries throughout Australia’s premium wine growing districts, and for this he has been recognised as one of the best in his field.

Paul has leveraged his vast industry experience and has built relationships with winemakers, growers and connoisseurs throughout Australia and abroad.

Jason Barrette

Jason Barrette

Jason’s decade long affair with premium Barossa fruit naturally led him to Marananga, his favourite region and the home of Paulmara Estate.

Jason refined his mastery of the intricacies of this region, by working closely with Paul on unlocking the real potential of the Georgiadis Estate.

His oenological decisions are driven by a deep understanding of the geology and the varieties that suit this unique microclimate.

Professor Rachel Ankeny

Professor Rachel Ankeny

Professor Rachel A. Ankeny is an interdisciplinary teacher and scholar whose areas of expertise cross several fields: history/philosophy of science, bioethics and science policy, and food studies.

She is an Honorary Visiting Professor in the College of Social Science and International Studies (Philosophy) at the University of Exeter (UK).

Rachel has a BA in Liberal Arts (Philosophy/Maths, St John's College, Santa Fe, NM), and MA degrees in Philosophy and in Bioethics, and a PhD in the History and Philosophy of Science (all from the University of Pittsburgh, PA).
She also holds a Master of Arts in Gastronomy (University of Adelaide) and a Graduate Certificate in Online Learning (Higher Education) from the University of Adelaide.

Prior to joining the University of Adelaide in 2006, she was director and lecturer/senior lecturer in the Unit for History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Sydney from 2000.

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Sunday, 25 February 2024

11:00 am - 4:00 pm  Australia/Adelaide
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