Western Australian grape growers and winemakers interested in clonal variation of Chardonnay and Shiraz are invited to attend a tasting hosted by the Department of Agriculture and Food in Margaret River.
The tasting will consist of up to five clones of Chardonnay from the Riverland, Margaret River and Great Southern and six clones of Shiraz sourced from the Barossa, Margaret River and Grampians wine regions.
Wines have been supplied through the national research project ‘Assessing clonal variability in Chardonnay and Shiraz for future climate change’.
Spaces are limited due to venue capacity.
For further information contact Richard Fennessy, Research Officer on +61 (0)8 9780 6219 or email Richard.Fennessy@agric.wa.gov.au