'Battle of the Reds' Wine Challenge

TOKYO —

The Australian and New Zealand Chamber of Commerce in Japan (ANZCCJ) will once again welcome the new year by combining the 2013 “Shinnenkai” with a friendly “Battle of the Reds” wine challenge. Delicious food and a superb selection of Australian and New Zealand red wines will be featured.

Door prizes on offer:

· Trip for two to New Zealand, flying Air New Zealand

· Set of 4 wines “Celebrating Australia’s regional Shiraz” courtesy of Wine Australia

· Two-Night Stay at Oakwood Residence Aoyama valued at Y42,000 yen

Date: Wednesday Jan 23
Time: 18:30-21:00
Location: Australian Embassy (B2)
Cost: 6,500 yen for members / 7,500 yen for non-members

Registrations can now be made at the ANZCCJ website.

  • -1

    Jaymann

    NZ Pinot Noir ... no contest!

  • 0

    Wonbatto

    Australia and New Zealand wines tend to be pretty underrepresented at wine shops here in Japan, in my limited experience. They tend to be very heavy on French wines, with some Italian and Spanish, and Chilean thrown in towards the low end. California wines rarely show up beyond the mass-market offerings.

    Anything that raises the profile of Aus/NZ wines in Japan is, in my opinion, a good thing. They produce some of the best reasonably priced wine on the market today.

  • -1

    Tamarama

    West Cape Howe Tempanillo. Do yourself a favour wine lovers.

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