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Wine Dinner: Quealy Wines - Mornington Peninsula

222 Coogee Bay Rd
Coogee NSW 2034
Coogee Wine Room

Thursday 29 September from 7pm to 10pm

‘Pioneers’ is not a word we throw around loosely, but it’s precisely the right term to describe Quealy Winemakers. Power couple Kathleen Quealy & Kevin McCarthy were part of the early wave of growers to seriously explore Mornington Peninsula in the early ‘90s.

We are honoured that Kathleen is making the trip to Sydney to host a tasting of her fabulous wines at Coogee Wine Room over dinner on Thursday, 29 September.

“I personally can't wait to host this tasting dinner and share the Quealy portfolio of wines with you. We will be tasting single vineyard Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and their skin contact Turbul Friulano. It's going to be so much fun - I really hope you can join us for this great event.” Tom Hardwick, Owner, Coogee Wine Room

Wines for the night presented by Kathleen Quealy to be paired with Greg's 4 course menu:

  • 2021 Splendido

  • 2021 Feris Maris Pinot Grigio certified organic

  • 2021 Turbul Friulano certified organic

  • 2021 Musk Creek Pinot Gris

  • 2021 Musk Creek Pinot Noir

  • 2020 Campbell & Christine Pinot Noir

  • 2019 Seventeen Rows Pinot Noir certified organic

Tickets are $110pp (includes tasting a range of wines and a 4-course dinner to match).

Covid-safe information

As per Government NSW Rules and restrictions that apply to businesses throughout NSW.

Restaurants and hospitality

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  • Customers and staff are not required to be fully vaccinated or carry vaccination evidence

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  • Face masks are not required.

There are no restrictions for singing and dancing in hospitality venues and nightclubs.

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  • There are no density limits for hospitality venues or nightclubs. 

  • Drinking indoors and outdoors may be seated or standing. 

  • There is no limit on the number of people for a group booking. 

  • COVID-19 Safe Check-in is not required. 

  • Neither customers nor public-facing staff are required to wear a face mask.

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