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Fresh Blood Brisbane 2022

Taste your way through new drops from emerging South Australian winemakers.
By Sarah Ward
January 18, 2022
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By Sarah Ward
January 18, 2022
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Trying new wines can be a stressful pursuit. There are just so many vinos to choose from, hailing from such a wide array of wineries, that it's hard to know where to start. Fresh Blood simplifies that process for you — by doing the choosing for you. That means that you can sit back, take whichever glass comes your way and get sipping.

It's no wonder that the concept was a hit in London, or that it made its Australian debut in 2021. Returning to Brisbane on Saturday, May 7, Fresh Blood's latest Aussie event will focus on ten emerging South Australian winemakers — and also show some love to a few producers from New Zealand and France as well.

Wondering what you'll be knocking back? From SA, Moorak, Evans Evans, Parley and State of Nature are among the labels. From further afield, ultra-rare natural drops from A Thousand Gods, Bryterlater, Bonnet-Ponson and Fumey Châtelain are on the bill.

With the event taking place at Rita's, Siffredi's and Zero Fox, you'll snack on stand-up snacks from the three restaurants as well. You've gotta line that stomach, after all.

Tickets cost $65 per day, which covers entry at either 12pm or 5pm, a take-home tasting glass, wines to sip and one snack. And yes, while originally meant to go ahead on Saturday, January 22, Fresh Blood is now taking place in May in response to the current COVID-19 situation.

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