Women in Supply Chain event

When:
May 6, 2017 @ 1:15 pm – 6:00 pm
2017-05-06T13:15:00+10:00
2017-05-06T18:00:00+10:00
Where:
National Gallery of Victoria
180 St Kilda Rd
Southbank VIC 3006
Australia
Cost:
$45.00 + GST
Contact:

Spend an autumn afternoon exploring the Yarra Valley, tasting amazing wines and networking with your industry.

You are invited to a Women in Supply Chain event in the Yarra Valley — one of Australia’s most scenic wine regions located one hour from Melbourne.

The tour includes two vineyards:

  • Yarra Yering – one of the oldest and most beautiful vineyards in the Yarra Valley consisting of 28 hectares of vines located at the foot of the Warramate Hills. A wonderful wine tasting is scheduled with Sarah Crowe herself – James Halliday’s 2017 Australian Winemaker of the Year.
  • Hanrahan Vineyard – a warm and intimate cellar door experience. Sit back and relax, taking in the views of the surrounding vineyard as you indulge in Hanrahan’s finest wines and superb Yarra Valley cheese straight from the Coldstream Dairy.

Pick-up / drop-off location: National Gallery of Victoria, 180 Street Kilda Road, Melbourne Victoria.

Saturday 6 May 2017 – 1.15pm until 6pm, bus leaves at 2pm.

Tickets $45 plus GST.

Included: Champagne upon arrival at the National Gallery, two vineyards, stunning cheese, bus transfers and … great company.

Limited to 48 places – RSVP by 7 April 2017 to womeninsupplychain@gmail.com. Dress code: smart casual.

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