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Oddity: Domaine De Beudon

King Street's Odd Culture is hosting an intimate dinner dedicated to Switzerland's first biodynamic wine estate Domaine de Beudon.
By Ben Hansen
March 17, 2023
By Ben Hansen
March 17, 2023
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The Odd Culture Group (The Old Fitz, The Duke of Enmore, The Oxford Tavern) is bringing its love for odd and interesting food and drink to its latest Inner West venue through a series of wine parties. The group's much-hyped King Street bar and restaurant Odd Cultureone of our 20 favourite bars in Sydney — is hosting an event series dedicated to tastes and culinary techniques from off the beaten track.

Following the success of the first edition, Oddity is returning on Thursday, March, 23 with a showcase of progressive wines from Switzerland's first biodynamic wine estate Domaine de Beudon. While the first iteration included an extravagant set menu, this time around things are a bit more casual, allowing wine lovers of all budgets to come in and try these fine drops. Your guide for the night will be Paul Hervy of Brix Fine Wines, taking you through some of his favourite bottles from the Swins vineyard.

Located at an altitude of 900 meters, Domaine de Beudon can only be reached by foot or cable car. The Granges family behind the grapes only produces a very modest amount of wine, making it highly sought after.

Accompanying your wine-tasting journey will be a collection of snacky culinary delights. There will be potato rosti with smoked quail egg and sage, malakoff accompanied by fried gruyere and pickles, and pizzoccheri au for grass made using buckwheat noodles and foie gras butter — all available a la carte alongside the regular Odd Culture menu on the night.

There are limited seats available for the night, so make sure to book your spot if you want to secure a place.

There are more iterations of Oddity planned for the future, with Odd Culture promising no two events will be the same.

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