Melburnians are invited to discover unique tastes and terroir at Palermo’s monthly Wine Tasting dinner series.

Running across three evenings in September, October and November, Argentinian wine expert Emilia Flotts will take guests on a journey through premium pours, with each event focusing on a different region of Argentina, sharing insights accumulated throughout her eight years of experience in the Argentinian wine industry, including how climate and altitude can affect the grape growing process. Beginning in mountainous Salta, the regional schedule sees guests through world wine capital Mendoza and elegant cool climate pours from Patagonia.
Priced at $65, each event includes an expert guided tasting through four wines before guests settle in with a glass of their favourite pour, alongside a three-course meal and branded Palermo wine glass to take home.

About Palermo 

Paying homage to a vibrant and eclectic suburb of Buenos Aires in Argentina, Palermo resides on Melbourne’s gastronomically buzzing Little Bourke St, offering traditional Argentinian cuisine with a contemporary Italian twist. An eloquent sibling to its established San Telmo counterpart, Palermo is the sassy sophisticated sibling captivating diners with the city’s first blistering Asado fire pit and classic Parrilla charcoal grill used to slow-roast only the highest quality, locally raised meats.

Open daily from 12pm until late, the 150-seat steakhouse-inspired venue designed by Ewert Leaf invites diners to linger and graze over a bottle or two of Malbec, igniting the social spark that is an integral part of Argentinian culture.

To find out more about the Wine Tasting dinner series and to boo, visit www.palermo.melbourne/wine-tastings/ 

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