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It’s the inaugural wine tasting event of the Cellar bottleshop this year being held at the Byron Bay Surf Club on Sunday November 30 from 1pm until 4pm.

An opportunity to try a wide range of wines including fifty-plus wines to try with insights into how and where some of your favourites are produced.

Representatives from a cross section of wineries will be onsite for your Q&As. 

Tickets are on sale at all Cellar bottleshops, but get in quickly as limited numbers are available.

Tickets are $20 at all Cellar bottleshops or $35 at the door on the day.

Complimentary ­nibbles, locally produced, and a Riedel glass for you to take home. The event is restricted to ages 18 plus only.


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