In 2019 Thomas Wines will be celebrating their flagship vineyard’s 50th anniversary of its planting, and their 20th consecutive vintage of this wine.
Newcastle Semillon lovers are invited to join the party with Thomas Wines releasing 30 tickets to an exclusive seaside Semsational Japanese Wine Lunch
at Nagisa on Honeysuckle. Under the watchful eye of Thommo and Yohei, you’ll experience all the zesty, fresh flavours from Thomas Wines, Hunter Valley
Semillons outstanding 2019 vintage, each wine will be perfectly accompanied by a collection of Nagisa’s signature dishes.
You won’t meet two guys more committed to their respective causes, and you’ll enjoy a few laughs with them both over the course of the afternoon.
Semsational Semillon Japanese Wine Lunch
: Nagisa Japanese Restaurant, Honeysuckle
: Thursday 26th September
: $120 per person
: call 02 4998 7134 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
What does Japanese food and Semillon have to do with one another? Semillon and Seafood are a match made in foodie heaven and Nagisa have for many years
stocked an extensive range of Thomas Wines. On any given night Nagisa has 6 of Andrew's Semillon varietals on the menu with the Nagisa team even offering
Thomas Wines tasting so you can test your Semillon skills and compare across the different vintages.
Semillon is one of the world's most unique wine styles, and Andrew Thomas is one of the only producers in the region to be making wine from just two varieties
– Semillon and Shiraz.
If you ask Andrew what sets his wines apart from the rest, ‘it’s the no-compromise, attention to detail approach that I take right across the board, from
the grower to the glass.’
Producing more than 18 uniquely individual wines from just two varietals, it’s the single vineyard Shiraz and Semillon wines that have earned an almost
a cult-like following.
Each year on the first day of spring, Thomas Wines release the range of single-vineyard Semillons from the current vintage. This year also ties in with
the 50th anniversary of the planting of Braemore, the 20th consecutive vintage of Andrew's own Braemore Semillon, and the first as owner of the vineyard.
There' a whole lot to celebrate!