Small-batch wine club WineMasons will be bringing in the inaugural Singapore edition of The Urban Winery Project, a celebration of wine where partygoers can actually get to make their own wine right here in the city on Friday 23 March and Saturday 24 March 2018.
First started in Adelaide in 2012 and then spread across to Melbourne and Sydney, The Urban Winery Project goes outside of Australia for the first time with winemaker David Bowley of Adelaide-based Vinteloper coming to Singapore for Urban Winery Singapore where he’ll bring guests on the winemaking journey and share the unique art of physically crushing and pressing the grapes to make artisanal wines. That’s right, attendees will get to their own wine, starting with getting their feet dirty, stomping on grapes flown in from the renowned wine region of Adelaide Hills.
Guests will also enjoy five carefully curated glasses of Vinteloper wine as well as a three-course meal in a set menu created in association with Chef Duncan of The Frank Food Company with premium beef being brought in from King Island, Tasmania by Cape Wickham Produce.
There are two sessions – Friday 23 March and Saturday 24 March – for the event, and will take place at Chye Seng Huat Hardware Coffee from 6.30pm to 10pm for both sessions. Tickets are priced at $140++ and include five glasses of wine, a three-course dinner as well as all grape crushing and wine making activities. Tickets for the Friday session is available here, and here for Saturday.