Wed, Sep 18 | NZ Cellar | POP Brixton

Get Dirty 2.0 | NZ Organic Wine Tasting

Join us as we unearth an amazing selection of Organic wines from a group of New Zealand's most heralded organic wine producers. Get up close and personal, get their dirty secrets on how organic practises unfold in their vineyards.
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Time & Location

Sep 18, 2019, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM GMT+1
NZ Cellar | POP Brixton, 49 Brixton Station Rd, Brixton, London J4Y 0B5, UK

About The Event

Join us as we unearth an amazing selection of Organic wines from a group of New Zealand's most heralded organic wine producers. Get up close and personal, get their dirty secrets on how organic practises unfold in their vineyards.

Organic and biodynamic wines are swiftly developing an exciting following here in the UK as they become more widely produced and enjoyed around the globe. 6% of New Zealand's vineyards are organic which means no synthetic or chemical fertilisers, pesticides or herbicides, and we think that is worth celebrating!

Central Otago, one of the most southerly places in the world to grow grapes, and a region with some of the most dynamic and dramatic landscapes throughout NZ is a pioneer in organic winemaking with 23% of their vineyards are managed organically, which is an amazing testament to the commitment to their land.

Mother earth remains the source of producing great grapes...and our New Zealand producers understand that very well - new world techniques and practices will be all our chat on Wednesday 18th September, and guess who we've got in tow for the evening... This will be a casual tasting held in Pop Box at Pop Brixton, you'll have an opportunity to taste the wines produced by each of the following winemakers, AND meet them face to face... What about that for an Organic Celebration!?

Jack Weaver - Churton

Rudi Bauer - Quartz Reef

David Hall-Jones - Domaine Thomson

Nick Mills - Rippon

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