A Delicious Seafood & Wine Lunch at Richmond Oysters
Richmond Oysters would have to be my favourite seafood restaurants so as an event organiser I was delighted to have the green light to go ahead after a meeting with the owner, Caleb Griffiths.
I organised an event called “A Delicious Seafood & Wine Lunch” at Richmond Oysters on April 9, 2016.
We had 8 boutique wines matched with a 3 course seafood feast for $129 per person.
16 people attended this event
1. 2015 Hentley Farm Blanc de Noir Sparkling Wine (Barossa, SA)
2. Stefano Lubiana NV Brut Reserve Sparkling Wine (TAS)
served with a canapé which will be an oyster with a champagne vinegar and apple cider granita.
Natural Oysters with mingnonette
Baked oysters with kewpie mayonnaise
Moreton bay bugs with dill citrus aioli & yarra valley salmon roe
Tasmanian smoked salmon rillettes
3. 2015 Hentley Farm Poppy White Field Blend (Barossa, SA)
4. 2014 Babo Pinot Grigio (Tuscany, Italy)
Steamed spring bay mussels
char grilled baby octopus
tempura battered soft shell crab
5. 2014 Pittnauer Blaufrankisch Rosé (Austria)
6. 2012 Cave de Beblenheim Reserve Pinot Gris (Alsace, France)
7. 2015 West Cape Howe ‘Old School’ Chardonnay (Mt Barker, WA)
Grilled fillets of fish (variety confirmed on the day)
Grilled local peninsula scallops
Grilled moreton bay prawn cutlets
8. 2013 Bodegas Martin Codaz Albarino (DO Rias Baizas, Spain)
I also arranged wine expert, Bela Rice to attend to talk about all the wines as well.
The majority of our events we have Bela as people like to have someone talk about the wines and answer any of their wine questions.
It was a fun event with a lovely group of people who attended and it was a pleasure meeting them.
Here are some of the photos of the event:
Here are some of the feedback from our customers:
Wine Tasting Events promotes the Responsible Serving of Alcohol
Warning: Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 it is an offence:– to supply alcohol to a person under the age of 18 years (penalty exceeds $8000)
– for a person under the age of 18 years to purchase or receive liquor (penalty exceeds $700)