|2009 Decanter World Wine Awards Tasting in China
Local wine lovers will instantly recognize Marcus Ford, previously restaurant manager at M on the Bund, who is heading up Pudao: The Wine Way in Shanghai. Pudao is an elegant, sophisticated small bar and shop situated in the Xuhui District for those who prefer to avoid supermarkets when buying wine. Pudao encompasses two enomatic machines which allow for expensive wines to be sampled. For the first time ever Decanter has teamed up with Pudao to showcase a selection of the top 2009 Decanter World wine Award winners in the enomatics. If you find yourself in China in October don’t miss out on the chance to visit this intimate wine boutique to taste some fantastic wines.
Pudao Bar, Wu Kang Road, Shanghai
|2009 Decanter World Wine Awards Tasting in Sydney
The Glass Brasserie boasts a selection of over 800 expertly chosen bottles and a much acclaimed wine list which has won the venue numerous awards of excellence. In an additional first for the Decanter World Wine Awards, Decanter has teamed up with this superb venue to showcase a selection of winning wines from the 2009 Decanter World Wine Awards. From the 9th-22nd October, this internationally promoted event offers Glass Brasserie visitors the opportunity to taste wines by the glass from the world’s largest and most prestigious wine competition.
Hilton Sydney, Glass Brasserie, George Street, Sydney Harbour
9th – 22nd October 2009